SEMA eNews Vol. 14, No. 21, May 26, 2011

SEMA Town Hall This Friday in Charlotte

  If you are looking to be part of the crowd that networks, provides a voice on the direction of the industry and wants to know more about your SEMA benefits, then by all means please attend the next Town Hall meeting, which will be held in the Dallas/Fort Worth area on Friday April 8, 2011
The
first in a series of SEMA Town Hall meetings was held
February 4 in Scottsdale,
Arizona. The meetings provide not only networking
opportunities, but also a chance for member companies to provide
feedback about where they would like the association to concentrate its
efforts.

SEMA understands the value of getting out and meeting face-to-face with our members. So, starting in 2011, staff and key industry leaders have been working hand-in-hand to bring a series of Town Hall meetings to you. Throughout the first five months of this year, SEMA has visited Scottsdale, Arizona, and Fort Worth, Texas, hosting successful small gatherings of members in those regions. As we continue our tour to Charlotte, North Carolina, on June 3, we look forward to meeting you.

SEMA will round up our local and prospective members for an evening at Joe Gibbs Racing headquarters. Don't miss the exclusive opportunity to network with local industry leaders, members and SEMA staff to share the challenges and opportunities facing your business.


Agenda for Charlotte, North Carolina, Town Hall:

  • Tours of Joe Gibbs Racing facility
  • Networking with SEMA leadership over a bite to eat and a drink
  • State of the industry discussion
  • Hear feedback from our members and SEMA executive staff

Remember, you only need to bring yourself, a few business cards and a willingness to share your feedback with SEMA and its volunteers. Please know that this will be a business-casual event; no suits and ties at this one! R.S.V.P. to this event by e-mailing your first and last name, company name, e-mail address and company category (e.g. service, media, etc.) to MonicaT@SEMA.org.

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