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SEMA Looks to Inspire Future of Automotive Industry in its 51st Year

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Oct. 30, 2017—In its 51st year, Peter MacGillivray said SEMA is looking to inspire the future of the automotive industry.

While last year he said SEMA reflected on the past, 2017's theme is about taking SEMA to the next level. MacGillivray, vice president of communications and events for SEMA, said the events, presentations and exhibitors are looking to inspire the next wave of automotive professionals.



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