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SEMA News: Registration Now Open for SEMA Nordic

SEMA News: Registration Now Open for SEMA Nordic

Join SEMA on the first SEMA Nordic trip, August 24–28, in Stockholm, Sweden. Participants will learn the potential for their products in this performance and classic-car paradise. Meet with top trade buyers enabling the half-century-old craze in Sweden and the surrounding countries of Norway, Finland and Denmark to restore and upgrade American classic cars. Trade buyers are expected from throughout Europe.

Performance is among the top upgrades sought for a range of vehicles. After all, the region hosts the headquarters of the European drag-racing championship. Rally racing and drifting also have their passionate fans and skilled competitors. A robust sportsman program allows enthusiasts to use their more modestly upgraded rides in numerous competitions. High disposable income, a love of American vehicles and products, coupled with a passion for personalization makes this an attractive region.

The SEMA Nordic trip is the fifth region for the popular SEMA Business Development Programs. These overseas low-cost, turnkey events bring together SEMA-member manufacturers and buyers from key global markets. The price of the upcoming trip includes hotel accommodations, a table-top display, meals and networking events. Prices start at $3,860 per company, not including flights to/from the United States (for qualified companies taking the instant $1,200 U.S. government grant).

Register now; slots are limited. More information is available at www.sema.org/nordic or contact Linda Spencer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule a call.

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