SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 46, November 18, 2010

SEMA Young Executives Network Celebrates 20 Years

The year 1990 seems like a lifetime ago. That year brought our industry the Ford Explorer and the Acura NSX. Chevy started using the song "Like a Rock" in its advertising campaigns. Dale Earnhardt was crowned the Winston Cup champion for the fourth time. The highly anticipated racing movie Days of Thunder was released. E-mail wasn't available to the masses in 1990, and there were only 12 million people worldwide who owned cell phones (compared to 4.6 billion today). Compact discs were all the rage and were taking over cassette tapes in cars across the country. Web surfing? There was nowhere to go. There was no AOL, no Google, no YouTube, no Twitter and no Facebook. How did we ever survive? [Read more]

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