Whether you’re a small-business owner, on the IT staff or in charge of marketing and sales, you can’t afford to miss these five essential business technology super sessions, presented by leading industry experts.
Whether you’re a small-business owner, on the IT staff or in charge of
marketing and sales, you can’t afford to miss these five essential
business technology super sessions, presented by leading industry
SEMA is working with the Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy
(CACP), the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, labor organizations, large employers
and small businesses to support legislation introduced in the U.S.
Senate to help shut down rogue websites that sell counterfeit goods.
SEMA will be rounding up our local members and prospective members for an evening at the headquarters of Joe Gibbs Racing on June 3, 2011.
Nineteen industry professionals are vying for a position on the 2011–2013 SEMA Board of Directors. The voting process, which is entirely electronic this year, will be ongoing until voting closes June 14.
Whether your company is large, small, growing, established or simply new to the market, now is the best time to join SEMA and take advantage of the benefits membership has to offer.The new online membership application is a user-friendly process that makes it even easier to become involved with SEMA.
SEMA has announced its new customer-service features available to SEMA
members. The association now has a designated phone line
(909/610-2030), where members can call Monday–Friday, from 7:00
a.m.–5:00 p.m. Callers will have access to a specialized
customer-service representative who can answer questions in a timely
A dedicated Aftermarket Zone and rare presentation from SEMA will provide attendees at the 2011 National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention & Expo with a chance to discover how relevant and profitable the aftermarket can be for new-car and -truck dealerships.
SEMA and its Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) and Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA)
councils announced July 8, 2011, as “Collector Car Appreciation Day.”
The date marks the second commemoration in what will become an annual
event to raise awareness of the vital role automotive restoration and
collection plays in American society. SEMA and its councils are now
working to secure a congressional resolution to recognize the day’s
Brian Watt from Southern California Public Radio recently reported on
the station’s Shifting Gears segment on the status of the $30 billion
per year specialty-parts industry in the United States—one that
generates many jobs in Southern California in particular.