According to a federal government ruling, 100% of new motor vehicles will, by law, need to have a tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) by the year 2008. While TPMS represent an important development in car safety, they also pose challenges for the specialty-equipment industry. Improper dismounting, for example, can break sensors, costing you time and money.
What Has SEMA Done for You Lately?
The road to success at the 2007 SEMA Show can be a rocky one, but you can make it a smooth trip with 10 essential steps. Tradeshow expert Chuck Schwartz shares the fundamentals of budgeting, developing a game plan and creating a winning team for the Show, Thursday, June 7, 2007 at 10 a.m. (PST). Learn the most important steps to creating an effective and efficient tradeshow exhibit, produce more foot traffic and generate more leads.
California SEMA members converged on the state capitol in Sacramento to help educate state lawmakers on the importance of the $36.7 billion automotive specialty-equipment industry to the state economy and the impact of government initiatives on the industry's continued viability.
How do you get your customers to buy more? Successful jobbers and retailers have discovered how to do just that when they offer their customers the CarCareOne card. Designed to help sell more products, it also offers help with raising your average sales price per customer. Mark your calendars now because this is a program you can't afford to miss.
SEMA-GE Money Car Care One Private Label
Thursday, June 21, 2007
10:00 a.m. (PST)
Learn how much money you can save on shipping through the SEMA Freight Savings Plan by participating in the SEMA Freight Savings Program webcast today (Thursday, May 3) at 10 a.m. (PST).
By using the collective strength of the association’s membership to secure substantial discounts with specific carriers, SEMA members save an average of $2,000 on shipping costs. Carriers include: FedEx Express, Fed Ex Ground and FedEx Freight, Roadway, Central Freight Lines and New Penn Motor.