SEMA eNews Vol. 12, No. 24, June 18, 2009

YEN and PRO Announce Select Committee Election Results


Click on the logo to visit PRO's website.

 

Eldon Bracken New Chair Elect of PRO Council
The
PRO Select Committee announced that Eldon Bracken of Graphic Mart in
Milton, Ontario, Canada, has been elected to the position of Chair
Elect. Eldon will assume his new role on July 1, when current Chair
Elect Karl Stearns takes over the Council Chair position from Chuck
Blum. Congratulations, Eldon!


PRO Select Committee Election Results

PRO is pleased to announce that the following candidates were elected or re-elected to a two-year term on the PRO Select Committee. Congratulations to all the nominees who made the slate and for volunteering their time and service to the committee.

Incumbents

 

  • Jeff Fink – Advantage Truck Accessories
  • Joey Johnson – Tops and Trends
  • Bill North – Webasto
  • Scott Wolin – Marketing Worldwide Inc.

New Members

 

  • Diane Braschler – Dealer Source
  • Jason Braun – Meyer Distributing
  • Mike Stanifer – Innovative Creations
  • David Stringer – Insignia Group

PRO Closed Select Committee Meeting


3:00 p.m.5:00 p.m., Sunday, November 1, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

 

PRO Industry Reception


5:30 p.m.7:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 3, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.


PRO General Membership Meeting

7:30 a.m.9:00 a.m., Thursday, November 5, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.

 

PRO Column in SEMA Member News

 

Read PRO's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

 

For information about PRO, contact Jim Skelly.



Click on the logo to visit ARMO's website.

Six Seats Open for ARMO Select Committee

Nominations for a seat on the ARMO Select Committee took place the week of May 18, 2009.

ARMO
member companies should expect to receive candidate campaign materials
in the mail shortly. Each ARMO-member company is asked to review and
consider their choices carefully.

We congratulate the following nominees for making the slate:

Cliff Carr – Parts Unlimited Inc. (PUI)
Jim Christina – Dynacorn International Inc.
Eric DeTaeye – Legendary Auto Interiors
Jonathan Klinger – Hagerty Insurance
Bob Lichty – Motorcar Portfolio LLC
Roger Niehaus – Auto Custom Carpets – Incumbent
Sandy Patterson – Source Interlink Media – Incumbent
Lenny Schaeffer – Chop Shop Customs
Jim Vinarski – Carlisle Productions – Incumbent
Harry Weimann – WyoTech
Jeff YagerHemmings Motor News

The Perfect Storm Hits Spring Carlisle Car Show

There
was a convergence of forces at the Carlisle Spring Swap Meet. Beautiful
weather, large vendor participation and a huge crowd made this a
perfect storm. At the center of it all was the ARMO New Products
Showcase tent. The showcase featured 64 new items submitted by ARMO
members—a new record. From sheetmetal to electronics, hardware to
weather stripping, the tent had what car people crave—new stuff. A
constant flow of potential customers were asking, "Where can I buy
this?"

The entries were photographed for inclusion in the ARMO booth
display at the 2009 SEMA Show. The companies that participated in the
New Product Showcase included:

American Autowire
Ames Automotive
Auto Custom Carpets Inc.
Autometal Direct
Bed Wood and Parts LLC
Brew City Engineering
CARS Inc.
Classic Automotive Restoration Specialists Inc.
Classic Industries
Coker Tire
Dakota Digital Inc.
Dynacorn
Eaton Detroit Spring Inc.
Hellwig Products
ididit Inc.
JAE Enterprises Inc.
Just Dashes Inc.
Legendary Auto Interiors, Ltd.
MBM Brake Boosters
Muscle Car Industries
Precision Replacement Parts
Quanta Products LLC
Rare Parts Inc.
REM Automotive Inc.
Shafer's Classic Reproductions
Shiftworks
Steele Rubber Products
Eastwood Company
TrimParts Inc.
Universal Vintage Tire

ARMO Industry Awards Reception


5:30 p.m.7:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 3, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

 

ARMO Open Council Meeting


7:15 a.m.9:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 4, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

ARMO Roundtable

10:00 a.m.12:00 p.m., Thursday, November 5, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.

Column in SEMA Member News

Read ARMO's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

 

For more information about ARMO, contact Jan Desma.

 



Click on the logo to visit HRIA's website.

 

Hot Rod Council Membership to Meet

Dennis
Overholser and Rick Love will be taking their new positions as HRIA
Chairman and Chair-elect on July 1. They would like to invite and
encourage all council member companies and their employees to attend
the HRIA membership meeting in Columbus, Ohio, on July 9. The meeting
is held in conjunction with the 12th Annual Goodguys PPG Nationals. The
meeting location is the Ohio Expo Center in the Expo Building. The
meeting begins at 3:00 p.m.

 

Come meet and greet HRIA’s newly seated select committee members and
hear what the HRIA is doing for its members. For further information
contact Jan Desma, 909/396-0289 x 134.

HRIA Announces Incoming Chair-Elect

On July 1, 2009, the HRIA Select Committee chairmanship will be passed
from Jeanette Ladina to the current chair-elect, Dennis Overholser. At
that time, a new chair-elect will be installed. Rick Love of Vintage
Air has been selected for this position, which will inevitably lead to
the chair position in just over two years. During the next two years,
Love will be learning and assisting Overholser on the focus and
direction of the HRIA Select Committee.

Love is currently the executive vice president of Vintage Air Inc.
He has been involved in the hot-rod industry since the late '70s when
he built his first hot rod during his senior year in high school. He
built several hot rods in the early '80s and began to do A/C
installations, which led him to become an authorized dealer and
installer for Vintage Air products. Through this association, he began
to work with them on product development, which eventually led to a
full-time position. Love has been vice president at Vintage Air since
1998.

When asked about his passion for the industry, Love said, "My hobby
has evolved into a career, but I also remain a dedicated enthusiast at
heart." Love still has the '39 Ford coupe he built in 1984, and it has
more than 140,000 miles on it so far. Love also has a '32 Ford coupe
and a '72 Camaro RS Pro Touring car, both of which are driven regularly.

To round out his life, Love and his wife Linda, whom he has been
married to for 15 years, have a 13-year-old son Matt. "My other hobbies
are sports, especially basketball, and I enjoy being involved with my
son’s sports activities," said Love.

Love has been an HRIA
Select Committee member since 2005 and said, "I am looking forward to
moving into the chair-elect position in July. I think two of the most
important issues ahead for our industry are continuing to promote youth
involvement and focusing on legislation that will encourage the growth
of our hobby and industry. The next generation of passionate car guys
and car gals are the key to sustaining the steady growth that we have
enjoyed. It is equally important that we have consistent processes and
legislation throughout the country to register and license our
specialty vehicles so that we may continue to drive and enjoy them."

Love believes that SEMA and its councils such as HRIA can help mobilize support for these issues and keep them in the forefront.

Six Seats Open for HRIA Select Committee

Nominations
for a seat on the HRIA Select Committee took place the week of May
18, 2009. HRIA member companies should expect to receive candidate
campaign materials in the mail shortly. Each HRIA member company is
asked to review and consider their choices carefully.

We congratulate the following nominees for making the slate:

Del Austin Egge Machine Co. Inc. – Incumbent
S. Kellie Colf – Eaton Detroit Spring – Incumbent
Douglas Frymer – Law Office of Douglas A. Frymer
Ray Gorman – Stainless Steel Brakes Corp.
Michael Kunzman – Michael Kunzman & Associates
Bob Millard – Championship Auto Show/ISCA
Eric Saltrick – Steele Rubber Products – Incumbent
Vince Sica – Power Master (MCI Inc.)
Bret Voelkel – Air Ride Technologies

The
willingness of these candidates to volunteer their time to give back to
the 300+ HRIA member companies is welcomed. The ability to take off
company and personal hats to work for the good of the entire HRIA
membership and not for personal gain is one of the most honorable
traits a Select Committee member holds. We are pleased to have their
interest, dedication and support in this unique alliance.

Each
HRIA company will be asked to vote for six of these exceptional,
dedicated individuals. We wish all the candidates well with their
election campaigns.

Questions regarding HRIA council elections
can be directed to the chairman of the nominations/elections committee,
Dennis Overholser at 817/244-6212 x1008 or Council Relations Director
Jan Desma at 909/396-0289 x134.

HRIA Industry Awards Reception

5:15 p.m.8:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 4, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

HRIA Closed Select Committee Meeting

 

7:30 a.m.9:00 a.m., Thursday, November 5, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

HRIA Column in SEMA Member News

 

Read HRIA's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

 

For more information about HRIA, contact Jan Desma.

 



Click on the logo to visit LTAA's website.

LTAA Select Committee Announces Nominees

LTAA
is pleased to congratulate the following nominees for this year’s Select
Committee elections. A total of nine seats are open on the Select
Committee in the following categories:

Manufacturer Category (three open seats)

 

Bryan Baker – A.R.E. – Incumbent
Bennett Jackson – Husky Liners/Winfield Consumer Products
Mark Krook – Vanguard Manufacturing
Shawn O’Neal – Agri-Cover
Fred Snow – Hella Inc.
Soren Sorensen – Pilot Automotive
John Stethem – Leer Inc. (TAG)

Retailers/Dealers – (five open seats)

 

Charlie Card – Vehicle Accessories
Peggy Goss – Goss Camper Sales
Casey Miser – All American Truck & SUV Accessory Center
Chris Ripper – Chux Trux
Ron Towry – Truck Gear SuperCenter
Mandi Woodell – Weathers Auto Supply

Media/WD/Rep – (one open seat)

 

Nick Gramelspacher – Meyer Distributing
John Iannotte – N.A. Williams Co. Performance Accessory Division
Zan Martin – Martin & Co. Advertising

LTAA
Select Committee elections were conducted electronically this year.
A ballot was e-mailed to the LTAA membership on Friday, June 5.
Balloting remained open until Tuesday, June 16.

 

LTAA Long-Range Planning Meeting Moves to Pasadena

 

LTAA
members can pack plenty of activity around this year’s annual
Long-Range Planning (LRP) Meeting. Scheduled for Thursday, July 30, at
the Westin Hotel in Pasadena, California from 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., the
meeting is being held in conjunction with the annual SEMA Installation
Banquet & Gala Fundraiser at the Pasadena Convention Center on
Saturday, August 1. The SEMA Pinewood Drag Race and the SEMA Show 'N Shine car show are also
on tap for that day.

Sandwiched between the Thursday LRP meeting
and Saturday’s SEMA festivities at the Convention Center, Friday is
available for attendees to see West Coast clients or spend a free day
in Old Town Pasadena. Old Town is filled with an eclectic mix of shops,
stores and restaurants that easily make a full day of sightseeing
within walking distance of the Westin and Convention Center.

“This
is a tough year for everyone,” said LTAA Chairman Ron DiVincenzo. “A
West Coast trip may not make sense on the surface, but we wanted to
hold the meeting in conjunction with some other event so that members
could combine two trips into one. With the postponement of the TSTC in
March, the only other big event coming up is the SEMA Show in November.

 

"At the SEMA Show,
everyone is already overwhelmed, and it’s really not a good venue at
which to conduct long-range planning. While this may keep some of our
East Coast and Midwest companies from attending, on a positive note
we’re hoping that some of the West Coast members, who rarely come east
for an LRP, can attend this year’s meeting.”

Please contact LTAA Staff Liaison Jim Skelly for more information.

LTAA Closed Select Committee Meeting

7:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 4, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.

 

LTAA Industry Reception

5:30 p.m.7:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 4, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.


George Lathouris Named LTAA Chair-Elect

The LTAA Select
Committee has named Keystone’s George Lathouris as its chair-elect.
Lathouris will assume his new responsibilities on July 1, when Kelly
Kneifl assumes the duties of chairman from current Chairman Ron
DiVincenzo. Congratulations to George!

 

LTAA Column in SEMA Member News

 

Read LTAA's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

 

For more information about LTAA, contact Jim Skelly.




Click on the logo to visit MPMC's website.

MPMC Select Committee Nominees
MPMC is pleased to congratulate the following nominees for this year’s Select Committee elections.

Rich Barsamian – Grant Products Incumbent
Billy Carroll – Incumbent
Steve Matusek – Aeromotive Inc.
Peter Medina – Synapse Engineering
Marla Moore – Hypertech Incumbent
Todd Ryden – MSD Incumbent
Vince Sica – Powermaster Performance
Tyler Tanaka – Turbonetics
Vic Wood – Hedman Manufacturing

MPMC
Select Committee elections were conducted electronically this year.
An eballot was e-mailed to the MPMC membership on Friday, June 5, 2009.
Balloting remained open until June 16.

 
If you have any questions concerning the MPMC Select Committee election, please contact Jim Skelly.
 
MPMC Column in SEMA Member News

Read MPMC's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

 

For information about MPMC, contact Jim Skelly.

 




Click on the logo to visit MRC's website.

MRC Long-Range Planning Meeting at PWA

MRC
will be conducting their annual Long-Range Planning Meeting at the
Arizona Grand Resort on Saturday, September 12, 2009 from 1:00
p.m.–7:00 p.m. Dinner will be served. All reps are welcome and
encouraged to participate in this open forum and address issues faced
daily by reps in all segments of the specialty-equipment industry.
Bring your ideas and suggestions to raise the bar for all manufacturers'
reps. For us to be able to accommodate attendees with food and
beverage, we ask that you contact Staci Bostock at 909/396-0289 x104 by Friday, August 28, 2009.

 
The 8th Annual SEMA/MRC Rep Conference
 
When: Tuesday, September 15, 2009, 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Where: Arizona Grand Resort, Phoenix

In These Turbulent Times, Don’t Just Survive...THRIVE

Bryan Shirley, President and CEO of the Manufacturers' Agents National Association (MANA) will present an open and interactive session addressing our industry’s biggest challenges in this turbulent economy. An event all WD’s, manufacturers and reps will not want to miss.

Hurry and take advantage of the reduced registration fees offered by the MRC! Bring one company employee for the reduced rate of $50 and $25 for each additional company employee. To sign up for the event, complete the new online Rep Conference registration form.

Please join us for open bar and appetizers compliments of the MRC Select Committee and the Performance Warehouse Association. To learn more about the MRC Rep Conference, visit www.sema.org/mrc or contact Staci Bostock at 909/396-0289, ext. 104.


Seven Seats Open for MRC Select Committee

Nominations for a seat on the MRC Select Committee took place the week of May
25, 2009. This year, ballots were sent out electronically to each
MRC-member company.

We congratulate the following nominees for making the MRC slate:

Mark Adin – PSKB
Alan Adlam – J.K. Sales
Mike Bolio – Scafidi-Bolio & Associates – Incumbent
Irv Cohen – SS Sales & Marketing – Incumbent
Jim Considine – Considine Sales & Marketing
Bill Eagan – Airheart Sales
Chris Fairless – R & R Marketing Incumbent
Derrick Johnstone – Alliance Sales West
Nathan Kunzman – Michael Kunzman & Associates
Scott Majors – MBA Marketing Group – Incumbent
Jim Morehouse – All Midwest Sales
Chris Perry – Bill Perry & Associates

Questions regarding MRC council elections can be directed to
SEMA Council Relations Coordinator Staci Bostock at 909/396-0289 x104.

MRC General Membership Meeting and Awards Ceremony

MRC will be holding its membership meeting and awards ceremony on
Sunday, November 1, from 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. during SEMA Show week at
the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

Manufacturers Seeking Rep List Now Available

Manufacturers’ representatives are encouraged to contact Staci Bostock
to request the Manufacturers Seeking Rep List, which is available at no
cost. Compiled using information collected from manufacturers prior to
the 2008 SEMA Show, the listing contains details on manufacturers
currently seeking the services of manufacturers’ representatives along
with the lines available and company contact information. The list was
originally available in the MRC Rep Center during the week of the 2008
SEMA Show.

MRC Column in SEMA Member News

 

Read MRC's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

 

For information about MRC, contact Staci Bostock.

 


 


Click on the logo to visit SPC's website.

 

SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the SPC

— A must attend event for survival in the technology dependent future

Establishing your business and brand online may sound like a daunting venture, but SEMA and the SPC are here to help. Join SEMA’s Internet Symposium presented by the SPC, a SEMA Leadership Day event, August 1, in the Pasadena Convention Center, to interact with IT experts who will help you tap into the lucrative world of online commerce.

A series of speakers offer perspective on the future of online business, decode often confusing vocabulary and deliver direction.

Sessions

  • Introduction to the Internet for the Specialty Equipment Market
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO): Tech Speak for Helping Your Customers Find You Online
  • Your Intellectual Property Rights on eBay & Beyond
  • Myth Busting the ACES and PIES Data Standards
  • Video Killed the Radio Star: It’s Still True Today
  • Today’s Essential Biz Tools: Sell More, Do More with less
  • How to Measure Online Buyer Acquisitions & Sales
  • Ask the Experts: What Should You Do with a $10,000 Internet Marketing Budget

If you have any questions about the symposium, contact, Paul Moritz at 909/396-0289, ext 112.

Register today! Registration fee also covers lunch.

Early Bird Registration Fees:
SEMA Member – First company employee – $125
SEMA Member – Additional company employee – $99
Non-SEMA Member – $199

 

Onsite registration Fee:
SEMA Members and Non Members – $199

Register for the SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the SPC.

 

SPC Reception

5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 4, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

SPC Column in SEMA Member News

Read SPC's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

 

For information about SPC, contact Paul Moritz.


 


Click on the logo to visit SBN's website.

 

10 Seats Open for SBN Select Committee

Elections for a seat on the SBN Select Committee will take place the week of May 18, 2009.

 

Seven of the seats will be for a two-year term and three of the seats will be for a one-year term.

Individual SBN members should expect to receive candidate campaign materials in the mail shortly.

Each SBN member is asked to review and consider their choices carefully.

We congratulate the following nominees for making the slate:

Vicki Archila – R & R Marketing Consultants
Nan Kevin Gelhard – Summit Racing Equipment
Erin Gilhuly – Toyota Motor Sales
Jessica Grindle – Advanstar Communications
Cheralyn Hale – Advanced Clutch Technology
Julie Helms – Edgenet Inc. (Big Hammer)
Gigi Ho – Digital Performance Inc.
Anne Johnson – Keystone Automotive Operations
Melissa Lawrence – Power TV Media – Incumbent
Nancy Loetfering – Davert Tools Inc. – Incumbent
Laurie Marcellus – Trans American Auto Parts LLC Off Road Adventures

Cathi J. Robbe – Colorado State University
Trina Wilson – DCi – Incumbent
Mandi Woodell – Weathers Auto Supply

The
willingness of these candidates to volunteer their time and give back
to the 270+ SBN members and SEMA member companies is welcomed. The
ability to take off company and personal hats to work for the good of
our membership and not for personal gain is one of the most honorable
traits a Select Committee member holds. We are pleased to have their
interest, dedication and support in this unique network of members.

Each
SBN individual member will be asked to vote for 10 of these exceptional
dedicated individuals. We wish all candidates well with their campaign
efforts.

Questions regarding SBN committee elections can be
directed to the chairman of the nominations/elections committee, Tammy
Holland at 901/375-3451 or Council Relations Director Jan Desma at 909/396-0289 x134.

 

SBN Closed Select Committee Meeting

5:00 p.m.7:00 p.m., Monday, November 2, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

SEMA Networking Breakfast—Powered by SBN

7:30 a.m.9:00 a.m., Thursday, November 5, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

 

Discover the SEMA Mentoring Program—Powered by the SBN

 

“I’ll get by with a little help from my friends…” - Joe Cocker

Everyone needs help or
expert advice from time to time, and SEMA’s Mentoring Program is an
excellent resource to get answers to all your questions. Whether you
need to know more about SEMA, market information for a start-up company
or advice on how to approach your boss about a new position, the SEMA
Mentoring Program can help.

“Ask A Mentor” is perfect for
one-time questions. You can expect multiple SEMA mentors to provide
online guidance and answers to your industry-related questions.

Short-term
Assistance/Guidance is for help with a specific project or task. A SEMA
council/committee mentor with the expertise you seek will be paired up
with you to provide guidance with your project.

Long-term
Relationship is helpful for developing your professional career. In
this program segment you will be paired with a SEMA council/committee
mentor who will provide guidance and assistance for ongoing career
development or a long-term project.

So whether you just need an
answer to a question or you want to cultivate a mentoring friendship,
the SEMA Mentoring Program—Powered by the SBN is available to help.
After all, we can all use a little help from our friends.

 

Visit the SEMA Mentoring Program now.

 

SBN Column in SEMA Member News

Read SBN's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

For information about SBN, contact Jan Desma.

 


 


Click on the logo to visit WTC's website.

 

Congratulations to newly elected WTC Chairman-elect David Insull of American Tire Distributors. David is in his second stint on the WTC Select Committee, having first been elected to the select committee in 2001.

 

WTC Select Committee Elections

With
all the issues affecting the wheel and tire industry today, you as a
member of WTC have the unique opportunity to help shape the future of
the industry by choosing appropriate representatives to serve on the
Select Committee as your eyes, ears and voice.

Election ballots
were e-mailed to all WTC member companies Friday, May 15. Ballots were due by
Friday, June 5.

Questions? Contact Paul Moritz at 909/396-0289 ext. 112.

Kelly Austin, Chairman WTC
Tim Dietz, Chairman-Elect WTC

WTC Select Committee Candidates

Keith Alinder – Wheel Pros Inc. – Incumbent

Jack Daly – J.D. Companies Motive Solutions LLC
Joe Findeis – Wheel Consultants
Doug Frymer – Law Office of Douglas A. Frymer – Incumbent

Russ Fuller – Revolution Supply Co. Inc.
Fenton Liffick – Prestige Autotech Corporation – Incumbent

Carl Mercincavage – Keystone Automotive Operations Inc.
Gautam Pathak – Dealer Tire
Dean Pellegrino – Tru Align LLC – Incumbent

Mark Plumer – Mark Plumer Consulting
Marc Pugh – Ultra Wheel Company
Joe Schaefer – Konig Motoring Accessories
Brock Weld – BMF Wheels Inc. – Incumbent

 

WTC Open Meeting

 

1:00 p.m.3:00 p.m., Monday, November 2, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.

 

WTC Reception


5:00 p.m.7:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 4, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.


WTC Column in SEMA Member News

 

Read WTC's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

For information about WTC, contact Paul Moritz.

 


 


Click on the logo to visit YEN's website.

 

YEN Announces New Select Committee Members

YEN congratulates the following new and returning Select Committee members.

Mike Bolio - Scafidi-Bolio & Associates - Incumbent
Kris Carlson - Auto Meter Products Inc.
Ashley Chalk - Auto Club Speedway of Southern California - Incumbent
Casey Coker - Coker Tire Co. Inc. - Incumbent
S. Kellie Colf - Eaton Detroit Spring Inc. - Incumbent
Dan Dolan - DiabloSport Inc.
Kevin German - Ground Force Suspension
James Lawrence - Power TV Media
Josh Pendolphia - KAM Marketing Inc.
Cary Redman - Prestolite Performance/Mr. Gasket
Robert Wityczak - Grant Products International Inc. - Incumbent

Your willingness to serve and work in behalf of the YEN is most welcome, and we are pleased to have you aboard.


YEN Long-Range Planning Meeting


3:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., Sunday, November 1, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

YEN Reception

 

5:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 3, during SEMA Show week at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas.

 

Congratulations to Gregory Parker!

 

Gregory
Parker from Martin & Company Advertising has been elected
chair-elect of the Young Executives Network (YEN). Parker has served on
the YEN Select Committee since 2005 and has been chairman of the SEMA
Silent Auction Task Force.

Join YEN

Did you know that the
SEMA Young Executives Network has more than 500 members networking in
the industry and is the largest SEMA committee? If you are employed by
a SEMA-member company and are under the age of 39, then you can join
the SEMA Young Executives Network for FREE. If you are interested in
becoming part of the team, please visit our website at www.sema.org/yen.

 

YEN Member of the Month Spotlight

 

Did you know that YEN
has a Member of the Month Spotlight on the SEMA website and that anyone
can be nominated? To view previous selections or to make a nomination,
visit www.sema.org/yen.

YEN Column in SEMA Member News

Read YEN's column featured in the May/June issue of SEMA Member News.

For information about YEN, contact Paul Moritz.

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