The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Education Days will once again be held at the National Street Rod Association (NSRA) Nationals in Louisville Kentucky. Twelve manufacturers in the hot rod segment will be giving hour long presentations on not only their product lines but tips and tricks for your own projects and builds.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) kicks off their series of events at the NSRA Nationals in Louisville with a General Membership Meeting. The general membership meeting is a great opportunity to get together with industry friends and associates.
In partnership with Mazda, the SEMA Garage is happy to announce the 2017 Mazda CX-5 measuring session.
Join SEMA in Detroit on Wednesday, June 14 for an exclusive educational and networking event. The program kicks off with “Planning for the Future: New Vehicle Technologies,” which will address the aftermarket industry’s increasingly important role in retrofitting and installing connected and automated systems and technologies on the 250 million vehicles already on U.S.
The Young Executives Network (YEN) and the Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) are co-hosting a networking event at the Sand Sport Super Show in Costa Mesa, California for local automotive professionals.
The second SEMA Export Fair, to be held July 25–26, 2017, at the SEMA Garage in Diamond Bar, California, is designed for SEMA members who are interested in learning how to sell to 90% of the world’s customers who reside outside the United States.
The Hot Rod Industry Association (HRIA) is hosting general a membership meeting at the Good Guys Rod & Custom Association event taking place Pleasanton, California.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) kicks off their summer General Membership Meetings at the Goodguys PPG Nationals in Columbus, Ohio. The general membership meeting is a great opportunity to get together with industry friends and associates.
SEMA will host its inaugural virtual recruiting event June 1, 2017, from 12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. (EDT). This event—designed for industry employers who may be hiring within the next 6–12 months—is a great opportunity to take advantage of inexpensive branding and future talent pipeline development. Networking with student and non-student job seekers is among the many steps in helping to keep the automotive aftermarket industry alive.
The Light Truck Accessory Alliance will be at the Ontario Truck and Jeep Fest and will be hosting a general membership meeting the day before the show opens. All LTAA members and prospective members are encouraged to attend to mix and mingle with fellow industry associates and learn about the latest council initiatives and activities.