What Has SEMA Done for You Lately?

SMOKIN' TRAVEL DEALS TO THE SEMA SHOW

As previously reported, SEMA has been involved in an ongoing effort to accommodate the tightened budgets of our member companies and has continued to negotiate reduced rates and other incentives for attendees of the 2008 SEMA Show.

“We have worked with all our service providers throughout the year to create the best rates possible,” said Chris Kersting, SEMA president and CEO. “Given the current economic climate, it has become increasingly important to ensure that the Show delivers the best value possible."

jetBlue OFFERS SEMA SHOW ATTENDEES DISCOUNTED AIRFARE

Good news for those traveling by plane to the 2008 SEMA Show—jetBlue is offering Show attendees discounted round-trip airfare from any city in the U.S. to Las Vegas. The 5 percent discount is valid for outbound flights between October 29–November 7 and return flights November 2–9, and applies to flights reserved between now and November 4.

In order to receive the discount, all travel must be booked online.

Visit www.jetblue.com/promo and enter promo code: SEMA08

THE 2008 SEMA SHOW TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCES AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL VISITORS

With the increasing global appeal of specialty automotive style and performance equipment, the 2008 SEMA Show, being held November 4–7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, has expanded its list of resources, special services and business opportunities created specifically for international visitors.

HOW THE LITTLE THINGS ADD UP TO BIG PROFITS IN 2009

It's not the big things in business that challenge you—it's the little things that add up to make a big difference in your specialty-equipment business. Here is an insightful webinar presented by Tom Shay designed to uncover the key components and changes to make within your business to increase your profits in 2009.

Title: "Make 2009 Turn Out Fine: It's Only the Little Things That Matter"

Date: Thursday, September 4, 10:00 a.m.

Presenter: Tom Shay, Profits+Plus

SEMA AWARDS MORE THAN $130,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS TO THE NEXT GENERATION OF AUTOMOTIVE LEADERS

Honoring a 24-year tradition of awarding scholarships to students pursuing careers in the automotive industry, SEMA is awarding 93 students more than $130,000 in scholarships for the 2008–2009 academic year. The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund began awarding scholarships to students pursuing careers in the automotive industry in 1984.

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