The Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) is slated to host several events at the SEMA Show and will also sponsor educational seminars geared specifically toward advancing professionals in the restyling segment. All PRO members and restyling professionals are encouraged to attend these events to learn more about PRO membership, the resources that are available to your company, and to get more connected to the industry.
Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) members have a busy winter season ahead. Just weeks after the SEMA Show, MPMC members will be packing their bags for Indianapolis for a week full of exhibiting, customer meetings, networking and MPMC-sponsored educational seminars at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show in Indianapolis, December 6–8.
The Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) is slated to host fun and engaging events throughout the week of the 2018 SEMA Show, to be held October 30–November 2 in Las Vegas. LTAA focuses on creating a community among those in the light-truck segment of the aftermarket industry. Members and nonmembers alike are encouraged to attend LTAA events taking place at the SEMA Show or stop by the new LTAA booth location, booth #34185, centrally located within the Upper South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC).
The Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) is once again hosting the Hot Products Showcase, taking place April 19–21 at the Spring Carlisle Collector Car Swap Meet, Corral & Auction in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. This event is an opportunity for ARMO members to display one or more products at one of the largest gatherings of automotive restoration enthusiasts in the world.
In any market, trends usually come and go with the primary purpose of altering outward appearances. Some fads, like fuel, burn out fast. But some stay for the long run. When it comes to current trends in restyling, members of the Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) know what’s hot in the aftermarket world right now.
The SEMA Garage underwent a renovation that has expanded the one-of-a-kind space. The expansion allows for additional square footage to service more SEMA-member companies at any given time. But perhaps, most importantly, the renovation has made room for an improved emissions lab, which now tests for particulate matter.
Weeks after the 2017 SEMA Show, members of the Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council (MPMC) packed their bags and headed to Indianapolis for a week full of exhibiting, client meetings and networking at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show. MPMC hosted several events and educational seminars at the show so that MPMC members as well as non-members experienced the valuable benefits the council offers.
The Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) will make its presence known at the much-anticipated Easter Jeep Safari (EJS) in Moab, Utah. Although avid off-roaders and LTAA members already attend this annual four-wheeling event, LTAA members are getting together this year for the first time to celebrate all things off-road at an LTAA-hosted reception.
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Feature Vehicle Program is designed to bring attention to and highlight the works of builders in the hot-rod industry. Each year, 10 builders are selected to have their one-of-a-kind projects featured at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Three vehicles are displayed in the shared ARMO/HRIA booth located in Hot Rod Alley within Central Hall, and six are displayed at the banquet hall where the well-attended HRIA reception is held. One final vehicle is stationed in an alternate position that also gets plenty of foot traffic.
Each year, SEMA helps students from across the nation pay their way through college with awards from the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund. As this year’s application period comes to an end, we highlight last year’s scholarship winners.