SEMA’s Town Hall Meetings provide both members and prospective members with the opportunity to learn about the association’s current programs and objectives while networking with automotive aftermarket professionals from the same geographic region.
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Hundreds of high-school and college students and industry employers are expected to attend the transportation career fair at the SEMA Garage.
The webinar will be held Tuesday, January 9, at 12:00 p.m. (EST)/9:00 a.m. (PST), and will include a presentation from Paula Calimafde, president and general counsel of the Small Business Legislative Council (SBLC), and Jessica Summers, SBLC’s strategic policy director.
SEMA’s Advanced Vehicle Technology Opportunity Study covers the retrofit opportunities for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Connected Vehicle Technologies (CVT).
The annual report provides the latest consumer research into who’s buying what.
The bill (H.R. 350) was approved by a vote of 33 to 20, and is now eligible for consideration on the floor of the House of Representatives.
The “Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable” (ORIR) was established to showcase outdoor recreation as being a key contributor to the nation’s economy.
On December 13, SEMA will hold a conference call for members who are interested in finding out more information about the association’s overseas business development programs.
The RPM Act clarifies that it is legal under federal law to manufacture, sell, distribute and install race parts that modify the emissions system of a motor vehicle that is used solely for racing.
The Global Media Awards program recognized more than 150 companies for creating products that resonate with consumers in international markets.