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As the Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) prepares to aid families affected by Hurricane Harvey, SEMA is coordinating its efforts with the foundation to identify and assist those impacted by the disaster.
SEMA Chairman of the Board Wade Kawasaki announced a new initiative with the Petersen Automotive Museum for the preservation of the Petersen Publishing archives, which chronicle the history of American car culture from the late ’40s through the ’90s.
The 2017 SEMA Show is about 11 weeks away. Here’s a rundown of key deadlines to keep you on track and on budget.
As Speed Week celebrates its 68th anniversary, the racing community is exploring ways to help restore the historic Bonneville Salt Flats to their former glory.
The SEMA Career Center is featuring an interview with Robert McFarland—a job seeker and an aftermarket enthusiast—regarding his career aspirations.
Check out Tire Review’s article highlighting the bill, and learn what you can do to support the RPM Act this summer.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke intends to create a Recreation Advisory Committee to help expand public-private partnerships on America’s public lands.
The SEMA Export Fair is a two-day program designed to help members grow their overseas business.
Change seems to be coming faster and faster to the automotive specialty-equipment market, so SEMA Market Research decided to change the way this information is tracked.