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News   October 26, 2006   by Auto Service World

New Technology Seminars at SEMA 2006


For those individuals who have always wanted to learn about how to integrate Blue Tooth technology into an OEM vehicle or brush-up on the newest tuning techniques and performance technology, SEMA has the answer.
This year, the 2006 SEMA Show will feature an extensive number of hands-on technical seminars specifically geared towards educating show attendees in future automotive technology and the industry’s hottest trends.
In addition to the thousands of new products, exhibitions, vehicle proving grounds and the opportunity to see up-close what’s hot and new in the industry, the SEMA Show attendees will have the unique opportunity to take part in a wide range of technical seminars, specifically geared towards industry-focused education, enhancing performance and improving business practices.
With curriculums designed by many of the industry’s leading companies such as UEI Automotive, Hondadata, Saleen, Royal 4 Systems and Amsoil, these seminars allow attendees to gain real world knowledge in a condensed session which provides an added educational and business value for both the companies and seminar participants.
“SEMA prides itself on the industry’s enthusiasm for innovation, and the notion of how these industry leaders are willing to share their expertise with others is encouraging for the future,” said Faith Barnese, vice president, membership and councils.
“The $34 billion industry is driven by constant education, networking and enthusiast-based businesses that utilize the show to attract attention to their technology while sharing their expertise through these seminars.”
SEMA also encourages its members and attendees to maximize time at the SEMA Show by utilizing online tools such as My Show Planner.
The SEMA Show, the annual showcase of technology, trends and products will be held October 31-November 3, 2006 at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday.


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