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Why WTC? Membership in the Wheel & Tire Council (WTC) is open to all companies whose business focuses on the wheel industry, from manufacturers, importers, distributors, tire and wheel dealers, to service providers. Companies that meet this criteria are encouraged to become actively involved. WTC...
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Why ARMO? ARMO's strength and success depends on industry support. Through cooperative action, ARMO-member companies can ensure the viability of the automotive restoration industry. ARMO's primary goals are to ensure the longevity and prosperity of the automotive restoration industry and to...
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Manufacturers Rep Network: MRN is a community of Manufacturer Agents that seek to promote the benefits and relevance of the profession. We will do this by: - Collaborating with all segments of the specialty equipment market on the importance of our community. - Strengthening our community through...
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Why MPMC? The Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) was established specifically for companies involved in manufacturing functional performance parts used in sanctioned racing applications, the MPMC is dedicated to addressing industry-specific issues and to preserving and promoting the...
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Why HRIA? HRIA's strength and success depend on industry support. Through cooperative action, HRIA-member companies can ensure the prosperity and longevity of the hot rod industry. HRIA's primary objectives are to ensure the future prosperity of the hot rod industry and to advance and promote...
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Why SPC? The street performance market is rocket hot, and this council is dedicated to providing its members with opportunities to capture their share of this rapidly expanding market segment. The Street Performance Council (SPC) members include manufacturers, distributors, retailers and tuners who...
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Why SBN? The SEMA Businesswomen’s Network is a dynamic group of professionals representing the women of SEMA. The SBN oversees the continued development and management of the SEMA Mentoring Program, the Annual SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast, opportunities for SBN Member Networking, SBN...
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Why ETTN? The ETTN is designed to identify, communicate and provide automotive aftermarket engineers, programmers and product developers with the knowledge of emerging vehicle trends and new technology to ensure continued success.