It is both an exhilarating and dynamic time in SEMA’s history to run for the board of SEMA. The changes coming in the next 5-15 years will fuel new, different and lucrative opportunities, not unlike what men like George and Earl Holley, Bob Hedman, Phil Weiand, Jerry Magnuson and Carroll Shelby saw in the sixties. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to build new businesses, new products, and new technologies – the elements this industry was built on.
I am honored to run and will make SEMA and this industry my number one priority. My focus will be to:
- Protect our performance rights.
- Prepare businesses for the future
- Engage our youth
- Build enduring partnerships with government and OEMs
“SEMA should, if possible, protect us; if not prepare us; but always educate us.”