New Products Showcase Highlights the Latest in the Specialty Aftermarket
LAS VEGAS, NV (11.08.2013) – The 2013 SEMA Show is in full swing and nowhere is there more innovation than in the New Products Showcase, which features more than 2,000 of the newest, most cutting-edge automotive products.
While many of these entries are aimed at enthusiasts, some appeal to the wider market of hundreds of millions of car owners who rely on their vehicles to fulfill their daily personal or professional needs.
Products like the McHitch Automatic Trailer Coupler, which takes the hassle out of hooking up trailers by making it a safe and easy one-person procedure.
For those who like to keep their cars clean but get frustrated when excess water in the side mirrors blows out and leaves water spots down the side of the car there’s The Mirror Drip Catch from TFP. By pushing the special material behind the mirror, excess water is absorbed before it can spray out and ruin a perfectly good cleaning.
And a growing trend is LED auxiliary lighting that uses less energy, is more durable and has more applications than incandescent bulbs. Several new products from companies like Bulldog LED Lighting, ORACLE Lighting and Putco, Inc. were featured in SEMA’s New Product Showcase.
Educational Sessions at the 2013 SEMA Show Continue to Offer Members the Knowledge They Need to Grow Their Business
As the 2013 SEMA Show heads into its third day, smart SEMA members continue to take advantage of a full schedule of seminars and events that provide an unparalleled opportunity to learn first-hand what trends will affect their business.
More than 50 free education courses and several “Pay-to-Attend” educational events organized by the SEMA Education Institute (SEI) and held at the Las Vegas Convention Center cover everything from online marketing to customer service, management, industry trends and more.
Led by top industry experts, these courses are designed to give members practical tools that can be implemented immediately.
“The SEMA Education Institute helps our members’ businesses succeed and prosper,” said Tom Myroniak, Vice President of Marketing and Member Services. “Attending any one of the programs offered at the SEMA Show can open up an entirely new set of opportunities for them to increase sales and grow profits.”
The SEI encompasses all of SEMA’s educational efforts. SEI’s mission is to provide the automotive aftermarket with outstanding professional development and training resources. Additionally, SEI is committed to fostering the industry’s next generation of leaders and innovators. We exist to help businesses in the specialty equipment aftermarket succeed.