The styling equipment, interior comfort and performance innovations in the hot-rod market are becoming more diverse and getting broader.
The Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) held its annual Hot Products Showcase at Spring Carlisle.
The SEMA Garage has announced upcoming light-truck measuring sessions. Be sure to take advantage of getting your hands on these vehicles.
Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) leadership will attend this year’s Dallas Truck & Jeep Fest at the Dallas Market Hall.
Get your application in to participate in the YEN Power Tour by April 8.
Applications are being accepted for the 2016 SEMA Launch Pad, presented by the Young Executives Network (YEN).
SEMA recently caught up with Matthew Davis to discuss his participation in the 2015 YEN Power Tour—a SEMA program that sends 10 YEN members on the Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) reception was attended by more than 550 hot-rod professionals and enthusiasts, making it the second-largest event at the SEMA Show. The reception serves as an evening of networking for current and aspiring HRIA members who discuss the latest industry trends with others who share their passion for hot rods. The reception was emceed by Dave McClelland, “The Voice of SEMA,” and six hot rods were on display, highlighting the works of up-and-coming builders. SEMA President and CEO Chris Kersting stopped by to greet attendees, and influential businesses and individuals were honored at an awards ceremony.