DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (May 3, 2019) -- Bob Chandler, Bruce Crower and Marla Moore will receive the automotive specialty equipment industry’s highest honor as the newest members of the SEMA Hall of Fame. Representing an esteemed group of industry icons who have influenced and inspired the $43 billion automotive specialty equipment industry, the three will be recognized as part of the SEMA Installation & Gala on Friday, July 26, 2019, at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, CA.
SEMA Installation Gala
DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (June 26, 2017) – The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) will honor the 2017 SEMA Hall of Fame inductees and the incoming and outgoing members of the SEMA Board of Directors during the 2017 SEMA Installation & Gala on Friday, July 28, at the Sheraton Fairplex Conference Center in Pomona, Calif.
Tim Martin from K&N Engineering has been elected SEMA’s chairman-elect, and will help the SEMA Board of Directors lead the association for the 2017–2019 term.
Over the past five decades, SEMA has become world renowned for its annual SEMA Show, but its core mission as a trade association goes much further, extending benefits 365 days a year. To help its members succeed and prosper, SEMA’s year-round work extends to legislative and industry advocacy, the promotion of technology and innovation, market research, education, member services and a host of other important initiatives to encourage marketplace growth. Those goals take leadership, and each year, the SEMA Installation Gala gathers the association together to install newly elected SEMA Board of Directors and council members, say thanks to outgoing officers, and celebrate SEMA’s latest Hall of Fame inductees.
Nearly 400 members of the automotive specialty-parts industry attended the 2016 SEMA Installation and Gala to pay tribute to the industry’s pioneers and dedicated volunteers.
SEMA invites industry members to join Dennis Pittsenbarger and Jessi Combs as they host the 2016 SEMA Installation Gala, Friday, July 29.
SEMA members vote for Chris Douglas, Kyle Fickler and Les Rudd to serve the industry.
Each year SEMA Cares volunteers make a difference by donating their love and time to several Pinewood Drag Races build days throughout the United States to support children in need.
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.