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Body Politics-The Nonverbal Differences between Men and Women, Powered by SBN

In this program you’ll learn about the power differential—the effect of gender-based listening modes, subtle differences in everything from smiles and eye contact to space and touching, and the new rules of business etiquette for old standards like handshakes and greetings and pats on the back. Body Politics is an eye-opening, ear-widening, “Aha!” experience.

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SBN Reception

Listen up, women of the industry! The SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) invites you to attend an evening of celebration and networking. The annual SBN Reception will be held from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31 at the Westgate Resort & Casino, Ballroom D. And there’s no better way to close out the second day of the Show than by mingling with fellow women of the industry while enjoying finger foods and beverages.

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Gear-up Girl, Powered by SBN

Calling Female Professionals: The SEMA Businesswoman’s Network (SBN) will again host the Gear-up Girl Networking event at this year’s SEMA Show. Started in 2011, as part of the SEMA Education student program, Gear-up Girl is designed to connect female students with industry leading female professionals. Join us for this dynamic mixer that brings together generations of female professionals.

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YEN Reception

The Young Executives Network (YEN) is hosting its popular annual awards reception. The dynamic event is an outstanding networking opportunity and is highly anticipated amongst the industry’s young professionals. Enjoy connecting with other young professionals over food, drinks and conversation on Tuesday, October 30, from 5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Westgate Paradise Center.

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ARMO/HRIA Booth #23395

You can always catch HRIA members and select committee members in the HRIA booth located in Hot Rod Alley in Central Hall, booth #23395 to be exact. HRIA and the Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) have historically shared one large booth space allowing cross collaboration between the two councils. The booth is commonly referred to as “Central Park” because it is always buzzing and has nice sitting areas to meet other industry and council members.

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