The scholarship winners include 87 students, while 17 employees of SEMA-member companies received loan forgiveness.
SEMA estimates that sales growth will ramp back up toward the industry’s historical growth trend in 2024.
This new award will honor an influencer who uses his or her platform to positively impact car enthusiasts of all ages.
RJ de Vera will lead the association’s continued pivot into a digital-first strategy to support SEMA members, industry.
Kansas law H.B. 2594 will exempt certain modifications on antique vehicles from VIN offense seizures and dispositions.
Inventory shortages, rising prices contribute to high demand as consumers maintain and upgrade their current cars.
SEMA Research says sales of EVs will grow, though significant hurdles will still need to be overcome.
Manufacturers report double-digit sales increases at independent specialty shops and through online direct-to-consumer.
The SEMA Data Co-op is dropping “Co-op” from its name to better reflect the growth in services and industry needs.
Voting will take place online between May 11 and May 25 and is open to current SEMA-member companies.
Loan forgiveness is available to employees of SEMA-member companies.
A panel of automotive experts explored the idea of smart cities at SEMA 360’s “Emerging Technologies” session.