What Has SEMA Done for You Lately?

Save Time and Marketing Effort with Member-Company Mailing Labels

Effective and efficient marketing has become more important than ever, and with exclusive access to purchase SEMA’s mailing labels and reports, members are able to benefit from a valuable, time-saving resource.

The mailing labels include the names and addresses of SEMA’s more than 7,000 member companies. Members can choose from 26 different categories, including car dealer, importer, installer/restyler, jobber, manufacturer, manufacturers' representative, retailer and warehouse/multiline distributor. Members can select one or all categories for a flat fee.

SEMA Online Workshops Help Your Business Survive and Thrive

A series of new online workshops to help SEMA-member businesses survive the severe economic crisis is scheduled to begin later this month.

The 2009 SEMA Recession Survival Series recognizes that, for many, corporate lay-offs, budget cuts and careful management have become unfortunate business realities. Topics address today’s urgent issues, including managing cash flow, retaining the best employees, managing inventory and leading a business through 2009 and into 2010.

2009 Membership Directory Undergoes Makeover for Improved Usability


All subscribers of SEMA News will receive a 2009 SEMA Membership Directory.

In these tough times, SEMA is continuing to take the extra steps necessary to create new business opportunities for its member companies, recently resulting in an updated version of the SEMA Membership Directory—the staple not only of all SEMA members, but of any specialty-equipment customer.

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