SEMA has recently added a new search function to its website, one of many changes to come that are part of a continuous effort to ensure efficiency and provide the best online experience for its members.
“The new search function represents one small step in the ongoing changes to SEMA.org,” said Peter MacGillivray, vice president of communications and events at SEMA.
Additional changes planned for the SEMA website include easier log-in and password retrieval, the ability to personalize the website, and an area for professional networking.
"The SEMA website is a great way for members to monitor the activity of the aftermarket industry and access relevant market data. I will definitely be taking advantage of all the new changes," said Tracie Nuñez, chair-elect of SEMA’s Street Performance Council, which will be presenting the SEMA Internet Symposium in July 2008.
For any questions or comments, please contact Peter MacGillivray at PeterM@sema.org.
Try out SEMA’s new website search function at www.sema.org.