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SEMA Cancels 2020 SEMA Show Due to COVID-19

Mounting uncertainty has rendered continuing with the event inadvisable, SEMA says.

Redline Detection Wins SEMA Manufacturer of the Year Award

This award is given to one manufacturer each year who has displayed exceptional technical innovation, outstanding business practices, leadership in the industry, and an investment in the well-being of their employees, the company said.

TIA Celebrates 100 Years during the SEMA show

The centennial festivities featured a program recalling the association’s iconic history and speeches by TIA’s leadership.

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SEMA Releases New Alternative Power Vehicles Market Research

New market research shows the sale of alternative power vehicles could reach 45% of all U.S. light vehicle sales by 2035.

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SEMA360: Emerging Technologies and What’s Next

A panel of automotive experts explored the idea of smart cities, the gamification of engineering, new manufacturing technologies and digital design methods with a goal of social responsibility at SEMA 360’s “Emerging Technologies” session.

SEMA Names Best New Products Featured at SEMA360

The winners were selected from more than 2,200 automotive aftermarket products that will be consumable in 2021.

Nothdurft Takes the Helm at 2020 TIA Annual Meeting

Former TIA President Brian Rigney, president of Dill Air Controls, passed the gavel to Dan Nothdurft, president of Tires Tires Tires in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, a 2010 Tire Review Top Shop.

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Toyo Tire’s 2020 Treadpass Goes Virtual

The Toyo Tires’ Treadpass is typically part of the SEMA Show, but, this year, Toyo plans to provide the chance to experience Treadpass virtually.

SEMA Goes Virtual in 2020 with SEMA360

Taking place Nov. 2-6, SEMA360 will still feature vehicle reveals, education, professional development and product offerings.

AAPEX 2020 Will be Held Virtually

AAPEX will provide a virtual/digital experience with many of the show’s same elements presented digitally.