Each of the newly elected and re-elected members will serve a two-year term (2018–2020).
Members are invited to join industry professionals at Flaming River in Berea, Ohio, for the final SEMA Town Hall meeting of 2018.
In collaboration with the Santa Fe Early College Opportunities Applied Science Magnet School (Santa Fe ECO) Auto Tech School, from Santa Fe, New Mexico, SEMA is building a ’15 four-wheel-drive Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
The SEMA-supported project was designed to create a sustainable program that educates and inspires future automotive professionals.
Nominations are now open for SEMA’s prestigious industry awards: Manufacturer of the Year, Person of the Year, Representative Agency of the Year, Warehouse Distributor of the Year and GEN-III Innovator of the Year.
With more than 100 students registered to attend, companies interested in connecting with top automotive, engineering and design, machine shop and welding technology talent are strongly encouraged to participate.
The proceeds from the auction of the ’15 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited will help fund the next vehicle build for the purpose of creating a self-sustaining program.
Tom “The Mongoose” McEwen died June 10 at the age of 81.
The monthly SEMA Industry Indicators reports offer a high-level snapshot of the overall U.S. economy, with an emphasis on economic data affecting the automotive aftermarket industry.
New for 2018 is the recognition of a winner in each vehicle category.