Proceeds from the auction benefit the Childhelp children’s charity.
A partnership now eight years in the making, WD-40 Co. and SEMA Cares have again teamed to create a one-of-a-kind build, with SEMA Cares’ partner charities—Childhelp and the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund—as the beneficiaries. Over the years, WD-40 has produced vehicles representing a variety of niches, partnering with automotive aftermarket companies to help turn ideas into reality.
The SEMA Cares ’17 Ford F-250 Super Duty SuperCab XLT 4x4 will be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson in January.
The Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer, a member of the SEMA Cares family of charities, welcomes SEMA members to support its cause by becoming involved in foundation-related activities.
Nearly 500 members of the automotive specialty-parts industry attended the 2017 SEMA Installation and Gala to pay tribute to the specialty-equipment industry’s pioneers and dedicated volunteers.
SEMA Cares volunteers help children build hundreds of pinewood race cars that can be purchased by SEMA members to support children in need.
The ’16 Jeep Wrangler that was donated by Petty’s Garage sold at Mecum Auctions for $82,500, with the proceeds benefitting Victory Junction.
The one-of-a-kind custom Jeep will be offered at no reserve with proceeds benefitting Victory Junction Camp.
In what has become an annual tradition, Omix-ADA recently unveiled a project Jeep built in support of SEMA Cares, the association’s program benefitting children’s charities. The debut took place at the recent 50th anniversary SEMA Show in Las Vegas. After its unveiling at SEMA Central, the vehicle served as a dramatic conversation piece, raising vital awareness for SEMA Cares charitable efforts within the automotive aftermarket.
Bill Trumpfheller, president and CEO of the Nuffer, Smith, Tucker public relations firm in San Diego, suffered cardiac arrest while in the San Bernardino mountains with his family last week.