SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 38, September 23, 2010

Make a Year's Worth of Contacts in One Hour

  SBN
  The SEMA Networking Breakfast is your ticket to one of the most sought-after networking events at the SEMA Show. Sponsored by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN), this combined awards breakfast and speed networking event is a hot item that sells out fast.

The 2010 SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast, powered by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) is the only place during the SEMA Show where you can have quality conversations and exchange business cards with dozens of potential new clients, vendors, mentors, industry leaders and new employee prospects in a matter of minutes. It was dubbed “the most talked about event at the SEMA Show” by PowerTV after two years of covering the sold-out affair.



Held on Thursday, November 4 from 7:15 a.m.–9:00 a.m. in Ballroom A at the Las Vegas Hilton, this event is the most effective time you’ll spend at the Show. (Check out the video highlights on the SEMA website.) Starting with a hot breakfast, the Speed Networking event immediately follows a brief awards ceremony where men and women are recognized for their contributions to our industry. Participants sit face-to-face for the sole purpose of making an introduction and exchanging contact information. After three minutes, everyone moves over one seat to meet the next person in line—power networking at its finest!

Register today to get your tickets as registration is limited to 250 participants. Tickets are available online, and the cost is just $35 for SEMA members and $49 for non-members. The price includes a delicious breakfast, awards presentation and the Speed Networking sessions.

Attendees of this event will not only get to meet and greet dozens of industry notables, but they will also be a part of an awards program that recognizes industry professionals for their significant contributions to SEMA members. The SBN Woman of the Year will be announced as well as the Athena Award winner—an aftermarket company or person who has promoted the professional growth of women in our industry. Finally, the Mentor of the Year Award will recognize an individual for outstanding service through the SEMA Mentoring Program—Powered by SBN.

For more information regarding the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network and/or to become a member go to www.sema.org/sbn. All SEMA members are welcome to join.

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