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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/05/2024 at 9:00 AM (PDT)

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series!

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series! 

    During the seventh and final session, you’ll introduce yourself and engage with other aftermarket professionals as you talk about the hottest issues and business opportunities. Meet other WTSBC members, learn about their expertise and backgrounds, industry wins and challenges, and create valuable relationships with professionals who can potentially become new business partners or customers. 

    A discussion topic will be introduced to start the conversation; however, you are encouraged to bring a topic of your own that impacts your business personally and encourages open conversation for the benefit of the group. Manufacturers, service providers, distributors, dealer, installers, and media are all encouraged to attend.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 08/01/2024 at 9:00 AM (PDT)

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series!

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series! 

    During the six of seven sessions, you’ll introduce yourself and engage with other aftermarket professionals as you talk about the hottest issues and business opportunities. Meet other WTSBC members, learn about their expertise and backgrounds, industry wins and challenges, and create valuable relationships with professionals who can potentially become new business partners or customers. 

    A discussion topic will be introduced to start the conversation; however, you are encouraged to bring a topic of your own that impacts your business personally and encourages open conversation for the benefit of the group. Manufacturers, service providers, distributors, dealer, installers, and media are all encouraged to attend.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/06/2024 at 9:00 AM (PDT)

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series!

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series! 

    During the fifth of seven sessions, you’ll introduce yourself and engage with other aftermarket professionals as you talk about the hottest issues and business opportunities. Meet other WTSBC members, learn about their expertise and backgrounds, industry wins and challenges, and create valuable relationships with professionals who can potentially become new business partners or customers. 

    A discussion topic will be introduced to start the conversation; however, you are encouraged to bring a topic of your own that impacts your business personally and encourages open conversation for the benefit of the group. Manufacturers, service providers, distributors, dealer, installers, and media are all encouraged to attend.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 05/02/2024 at 9:00 AM (PDT)

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series!

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series! 

    During the four of seven sessions, you’ll introduce yourself and engage with other aftermarket professionals as you talk about the hottest issues and business opportunities. Meet other WTSBC members, learn about their expertise and backgrounds, industry wins and challenges, and create valuable relationships with professionals who can potentially become new business partners or customers. 

    A discussion topic will be introduced to start the conversation; however, you are encouraged to bring a topic of your own that impacts your business personally and encourages open conversation for the benefit of the group. Manufacturers, service providers, distributors, dealer, installers, and media are all encouraged to attend.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/23/2024 at 1:00 PM (PDT)

    As most of the publicity surrounding low and zero emissions vehicle solutions has been on battery electric solutions, this session will focus on the promise of near zero and zero emissions technologies for internal combustion engines. Tobi Burek, Chief Engineer at Ricardo will discuss promising ICE technology, including hydrogen, and other clean fuels.

    As most of the publicity surrounding low and zero emissions vehicle solutions has been on battery electric solutions, this session will focus on the promise of near zero and zero emissions technologies for internal combustion engines. Tobi Burek, Chief Engineer at Ricardo will discuss promising ICE technology, including hydrogen, and other clean fuels.

    Tobi Burek

    Chief Engineer

    Ricardo

    Tobi Burek is Chief Engineer at Ricardo and specializes in engine design and development for a wide range of market sectors including passenger car, off-highway, high performance gasoline, large stationary genset and marine. Tobi has a Masters in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering from Newcastle University and joined Ricardo as a graduate in 2007. With over 15 years’ of professional experience, Tobi leads and delivers complex, multi-year engineering programs for global OEMs, Tier 1 Suppliers and Governments.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/16/2024 at 12:00 PM (PDT)

    Let’s take our thoughts of accomplishments and put them into action. The first step to achieving your goals is knowing your purpose, your why. Get inspired from those who’ve been here and create a roadmap of success for yourself.

    Let’s take our thoughts of accomplishments and put them into action. The first step to achieving your goals is knowing your purpose, your why. Get inspired from those who’ve been here and create a roadmap of success for yourself.

    Jackie Martin

    Chief Purpose & Inclusion Officer

    Fox Factory

    Martin is certified life and executive coach. She has implemented multiple workshops focused squarely on “knowing your purpose”. She has also created individual development planning and peer accountability measures. Jackie has also experienced a double career change and her efforts in multiple industries does not go unnoticed.

    Andrew Almazan

    Vice President of People

    Power Automedia

    Almazan has a Master’s in Management and Leadership that helps him in his current role at Power Automedia. He has many successes leading and managing teams. He is in charge of professional development for the entire organization and leads HR initiatives. Andrew has a passion for teaching and sharpening his own understanding of these very topics.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/04/2024 at 9:00 AM (PDT)

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series!

    Connect with professionals from throughout the industry and grow your network as the SEMA Wheel, Tire, Suspension, & Brake Council (WTSBC) kicks off a monthly “Coffee & Conversation” series! 

    During the third of seven sessions, you’ll introduce yourself and engage with other aftermarket professionals as you talk about the hottest issues and business opportunities. Meet other WTSBC members, learn about their expertise and backgrounds, industry wins and challenges, and create valuable relationships with professionals who can potentially become new business partners or customers. 

    A discussion topic will be introduced to start the conversation; however, you are encouraged to bring a topic of your own that impacts your business personally and encourages open conversation for the benefit of the group. Manufacturers, service providers, distributors, dealer, installers, and media are all encouraged to attend.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/02/2024 at 1:00 PM (PDT)

    This session will focus on reviewing the concept of the ally mindset and take-away practices that have been successful for other allies in the past. The panelists will discuss these ideas and ways that they have engaged with people who have not heard of, understand the concept of, or do believe in the ally movement to try to get this audience to buy into this ally movement. Viewers will come away with ideas of how they should approach, engage and ultimately convert non-believers into allies.

    This session will focus on reviewing the concept of the ally mindset and take-away practices that have been successful for other allies in the past. The panelists will discuss these ideas and ways that they have engaged with people who have not heard of, understand the concept of, or do believe in the ally movement to try to get this audience to buy into this ally movement. Viewers will come away with ideas of how they should approach, engage and ultimately convert non-believers into allies.

    Rachel Speir (Moderator)

    Head of Brand Marketing

    Scott Lewis Associates

    Senior leader whose visible passion, advocacy, adaptability, strategic mindset, decisiveness, clear articulation, and reliability inspires followership and resourceful execution of ventures through strategic business process and policies, brand building, data-driven and goal-oriented campaigns, beneficial partnerships and evolving digital technologies. Skilled in building scalable ecosystems, my successes aligning cross-functional relationships for operational performance, customer centricity and bottom-line efficiency results in healthy employee engagement, brand awareness, customer conversion, loyalty and profits.

    Chris Gauss

    Director of Business Development

    The Warn Group

    - 30+ years in the automotive industry with 26 years at one company in roles of escalating responsibility ending with the Director of Sales and Marke>ng for their performance brands.

    - Currently the Director of Business Development for the Warn Group working on the Fabtech Brand.

    - Exhibitor at the SEMA show from 2009 – 2022

    - SEMA Winner of best off-road/4-wheel drive new product 2018

    - Served on SEMA taskforce for FMVSS126 testing

    - Former ASE mechanic

    Steve Gilmore

    Chief Designer of Vehicle Personalization

    Ford Motor Company

    As the Chief Designer for Vehicle Personalization for Ford Motor Company, I've spearheaded the formation of a diverse creative design team that manages an ever-expanding portfolio. We leverage our collective strengths in creating packages, accessories and products that span all Ford vehicle lines, Ford Performance Parts, and Ford Licensed Accessories. My recent work with the aftermarket industry led me to join and be elected to the SEMA PRO Select Committee. I leverage my unique experiences and OEM background to positively impact the automotive aftermarket industry. 

    Sara Morosan

    Vice President

    LGE-CTS Motorsports

    Sara Morosan was born and raised in an Automotive family, being the youngest out of the 2 daughters.

    Sara became passionate about the aftermarket side of the Automotive industry at an early age. When she was 13yrs old she helped her dad with building her first car, a 1970 Chevy El Camino. After the completion of her car, she started to attend car shows with her friends & family and learned that she could make money at these shows & swap meets by selling aftermarket parts. In 1996, at the age of 16 with the help of her sister Theresa, they created a website called www.customtruckshop.com the company grew and when Sara graduated from high school in 1998 the company grew, and they started to do installs. She attended local colleges for business and marketing classes and some automotive suspension classes. In 2001 the Truck shop moved out of her parents autobody shop L&G Enterprises and into a larger building in the center of the complex. After the success of both companies and the names growing, the sisters decided to combine the companies in 2011 and the names coming up with LGE-CTS Motorsports. 

    Always having a passion for giving back to their local community like their parents and grandparents have always done. Their dad Louie was asked to be on a board for a local Automotive school that was high school based, and he invited his 2 daughters to join him in the meeting. Immediately the Morosan family was completely onboard, what better way to give back to the local communities and the automotive committee that they were so passionate about. After one of her mentors saw the passion Sara had for giving back, suggested to her  that she should get involved with volunteering with automotive communities and join one of SEMA’s Select committees. That year she ran to be on the SEMA LTAA (Light truck accessory Alliance) and made the committee. It was one of the best decision she made. She served 4 terms on the committee from 2013-2019. She became quickly involved with multiple SEMA committee’s and task forces. She currently services on the SEMA Cares Select Committee, The SEMA Show Committee, and the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN). She has served as a scholarship judge for the SEMA Education and has helped with the SEMA Education vehicle program. In 2018 she went to the Santé Fe New Mexico Jeep build to talk to students about the suspension on the Jeep Wrangler they were building and the different career opportunities the automotive industry has to offer. Education to our youth about the automotive industry has always been a passion of the Morosan family. Sara visits local middle school, high school and college schools to go and meet with students and encourage them to follow their dreams. 

    The Morosan family often took their daughters to different off-road events from Baja California all the way up to the Colorado and Utah area. Events like the All-4-Fun run put on the Mile High Jeep club, to Off-Road races in Mexico to riding motorcycles at Glamis Sand Dunes. She quickly grew to love the off-road world that mass differences it had to offer in so many different ways, from going fast through the dessert in Mexico, to the slow rock crawling in Utah, to the smooth sand dunes of Glamis.  

    In 2018 Sara joined a local Jeep club for beginners, the president of the club asked Sara to the be in the club to help the beginner Jeepers . Sara now provided Suspension 101 classes and takes them out for trail days to help them learn how to off-road. She loved this idea, since she wanted more people to share the love of off-roading and adventure as much as she did. Anyway she could help remove the fear factor and get people out there to discover the great beautiful world that God gave us.  In 2020 Theresa and Sara saw the high demand for the custom one-off products Theresa was designing for their custom builds and moved forward with starting their manufacturing company BAJA FORGED.  The new line of product offers off-road product  front and rear bumper, Rockslides and Roof Racks. 

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/22/2024 at 9:00 AM (PDT)

    Exciting programs and events are planned for SEMA Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) members. Join this virtual general membership meeting to discover resources to help automotive restylers succeed in the marketplace.

    Exciting programs and events are planned for SEMA Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) members. Join this virtual general membership meeting to discover resources to help automotive restylers succeed in the marketplace. Attendees will connect with the select committee and learn how to get more involved.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/15/2024 at 2:00 PM (PDT)

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