SEMA eNews Vol. 11, No. 42, October 16, 2008

SEMA CARES EXPANDS CHARITY OUTREACH AT THE 2008 SEMA SHOW




The SEMA Cares Committee, established by the SEMA Board of Directors in 2007, aims to bring the voice and resources of the SEMA community together to make a positive difference in the lives of others. SEMA Cares is proud to join with its newest partner, the Hendrick Marrow Program, to connect bone marrow donors with patients.

“Besides the SEMA Scholarship Fund, SEMA also supports Childhelp, advocates for abused children and Victory Junction Gang Camp, creating a fun camp experience for children with serious illness or disabilities," says SEMA Cares Chairman Joel Ayres. "We are extremely excited to welcome the Hendrick Marrow Program to the SEMA Cares booth this year in Vegas."

All four of these charities will be represented in the SEMA Cares booth inside the Grand Lobby at the 2008 SEMA Show. Stop by for more information on these important programs and sign up for the bone marrow registry and a chance to win autographed goods from the likes of Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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