This program, held in partnership with the U.S. government, is the 24th trip SEMA has organized to provide members with a low-cost, high-value, turnkey trip to explore promising markets overseas.
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Check out the “SEMA Industry Indicators” report each month to learn how movements in the broader economy may impact your business strategy.
Nominations are now being accepted for SEMA’s annual awards—Person of the Year, GEN-III Innovator, Manufacturer of the Year, Rep Agency of the Year and WD of the Year.
Nominations for the association’s industry awards presented during the SEMA Show are now open.
The U.S. Senate passed Senate Resolution 271 (S. Res. 271) at the request of SEMA recognizing July 12, 2019, as Collector Car Appreciation Day (CCAD).
Collector Car Appreciation Day (CCAD) will be celebrated this year on July 12.
While the economic picture has worsened, higher tariffs are increasing uncertainty and global growth is slowing, although it doesn’t yet appear to be enough to push the U.S. economy into recession.
Through the SEMA International Vehicle Measuring Program, members can now access the Nissan Patrol Y61 and a ’16 Australian-spec Ford Ranger 4x4 double-cab.
SEMA Show Education features more than 100 professional development and industry-focused seminars to benefit both attendees and exhibitors.