The Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) is hosting a General Membership Meeting on May 16 in the nation’s car capital: Detroit, Michigan.
Professional Restylers Organization (PRO)
The Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) presented four council awards during the group’s industry reception at the 2016 SEMA Show.
For more than a decade, SEMA’s Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) has paid tribute to industry influencers who have made significant contributions to the growth and stature of the restyling industry. The PRO awards program was created to give back to the companies—and the individuals within those companies—who continuously break barriers with innovation, a vision for the future and the pursuit of excellence.
The SEMA Cares seventh annual Council Cup will once again pit council versus council in the name of a very good cause—helping children in need.
More than 220 companies belong to SEMA’s Professional Restylers Organization (PRO). PRO represents the collective interests of all SEMA-member companies serving the restyling and accessory market, be they manufacturers, warehouse distributors, manufacturers’ reps or restylers and installers. Some of the initiatives that PRO leads include dealer awareness, marketing tools and resources for restylers, networking opportunities and industry recognition.
Members of the light-truck and restyling markets will gather to discuss the industry and plan for the future, Wednesday, July 16. SEMA’s Light Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) and Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) will each host meetings from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m., with a break for a joint networking lunch between the groups.
Third-generation dealers are becoming more of a rarity in today’s evolving landscape that sees large auto groups and regional consolidation becoming more of a factor in the franchised dealer community.
The National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA) and the Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) have joined forces to offer four free automotive dealer sessions at the 2013 SEMA Show focusing on creating dealership profit centers through accessorization.
Clayton Drescher is the latest addition to SEMA’s council staff. As senior manager of councils, he works closely with the volunteer council leadership on a variety of projects and initiatives—all designed to help members learn and network while promoting their market segment.
Anyone who has ever walked into a retail store knows that the number of car-care options available can be overwhelming, even to the most hardcore car guy.