SEMA eNews Vol. 14, No. 18, May 5, 2011

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SEMA's councils were created to help various market niches to identify and address unique challenges and opportunities and better utilize the association's resources. Each SEMA council represents a group of SEMA member companies that share a common business purpose or market segment. Each council directs their efforts toward achieving the group's goals.

Listed below are the councils and committees within SEMA. Click on each heading to learn more about the council or committee. For additional information on SEMA's councils and committees, contact Nathan Ridnouer at


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