SEMA eNews Vol. 15, No. 1, January 5, 2012

SEMA Bylaws Revision: Last Chance to Vote

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Prior to the new year, the SEMA Board of Directors approved a motion to decrease the size of the Board. The bylaw revision initiative reflects their consensus that a smaller Board would improve the quality of discussion and reduce cost. 



Voting on the motion commenced in September. We are sending this communication now to advise that the voting period is about to expire. Those who have not cast their votes have only a few more days to do so before voting closes 11:59 p.m. (CST) on Tuesday, January 10.

Only the designated SEMA “primary contact” may register a vote. 

If you are the SEMA primary contact for your company and have not voted, please record your vote now using your member number and password to vote online.

If voting instructions have not been received by your company’s primary contact, please advise that person to e-mail support@directvote.net in order to receive materials necessary to log your company’s vote. 

If you do not know who the SEMA primary contact is for your company, e-mail Arlene Wood at arlenew@sema.org or call 909-978-6689. 



For a more complete review of the arguments for and against the proposal, SEMA members are invited and encouraged to visit www.sema.org/voteNOW/faq.



Your company’s vote is important. The Board-approved changes are needed to make the Board more productive for the SEMA membership. We thank you for supplying your company’s input on this important matter.

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