SEMA eNews Vol. 11, No. 4, January 24, 2008

STILL TIME TO ENTER TORA'S NEW-PRODUCT AWARD COMPETITION AND OTHER SEMA COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE NEWS

Light-Truck Accessory Alliance (TORA)

Build Hype for Your New Product
TORA members exhibiting at the 2008 SEMA Spring Expo or SEMA OFFROAD are encouraged to enter their products into the council's New Product Awards competition.

The award competition provides exhibitors with an excellent opportunity to introduce new products. To provide more exposure for TORA-member products, this year's award competition was incorporated into the SEMA Spring Expo/SEMA OFFROAD New Products Showcase. The awards will be presented during the TORA/PRO Industry Awards Reception on Friday, February 8.

For complete details on the award competition, including judging, product categories and criteria, click here. Ready to enter your new product? Click here.  The SEMA Spring Expo and SEMA OFFROAD are scheduled for February 8 and 9 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. For show details, visit www.semaspringexpo.com or www.semaoffroad.com.

  • Read TORA's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about TORA, visit www.sema.org/TORA or contact Jim Skelly at jimsk@sema.org.

Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO)

  • Read ARMO's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For more information about ARMO, visit www.sema.org/armo or contact Jan Desma at jand@sema.org.

Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA)

HRIA Seminar Workshop Lineup for the Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show
Located in the Indiana Convention Center on Thursday, February 28, 2008, all SEMA members are encouraged to participate in the workshops that focus on product use, tips and techniques at the Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show  Click here to access additional information and a registration form, or contact Jan Desma (jand@sema.org) at 909/396-0289, ext. 134.

  • Read HRIA's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For more information about HRIA, visit www.sema.org/hria or contact Jan Desma at jand@sema.org.

Manufacturers' Rep Council (MRC)

  • Read MRC's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about MRC, visit www.sema.org/mrc or contact Jan Desma at jand@sema.org.

Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC)

  • Read MPMC's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about MPMC, visit www.sema.org/mpmc contact Jim Skelly at jimsk@sema.org.

Professional Restylers Organization (PRO)

  • Read PRO's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about PRO, visit www.sema.org/pro or contact Jim Skelly at jimsk@sema.org.

Sport-Compact Council (SCC)

  • Read SCC's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about SCC, visit www.sema.org/scc or contact Paul Moritz at paulm@sema.org.

Wheel & Tire Council (WTC)

All members of the WTC are invited to join the WTC Select Committee at the council’s Open Long-Range Planning Meeting. The details are:
 
When: Thursday, March 13, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Where: SEMA Headquarters – AAA Building, 1575 S. Valley Vista Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765
 
If you have any questions about the Long-Range Planning Meeting or to RSVP, contact Paul Moritz at 909/396-0289, ext. 112, or e-mail paulm@sema.org.

  • Read WTC's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about WTC, visit www.sema.org/wtc or contact Paul Moritz at paulm@sema.org.

SEMA Businesswomen's Network (SBN)

  • Read SBN's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about SBN, visit www.sema.org/sbn or contact Paul Moritz at paulm@sema.org.

Young Executives Network (YEN)

  • Read YEN's column featured in the January/February issue of SEMA Member News by clicking here.

For information about YEN, visit www.sema.org/yen or contact Paul Moritz at paulm@sema.org.

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