Main topic covered during the panel discussion: How to encourage young people to get involved? For the younger generation, Scooter and Nate touched on the subject that, during the SEMA Show, SEMA brings over 300 schools to the show. SEMA encourages students to work in exhibitor booths and possible leave the show with job opportunities. Since 1972, SEMA Reps continues to be completely invested in the commercial foodservice marketplace. Marla Moore and the other panelists gave great examples of involvement by joining SEMA networks and SEMA’s educational programs.
Our company-owned facility gives us the ability to display and professionally demonstrate all products in our portfolio. T&S Brass Products. Posted in News | Comments Off Posted on November 28, 2016 by A. Grant Click the image to find the article represented by this cover illustration. Joining a free SEMA network: YEN (Young Executive Network), SBN (SEMA Businesswomen Network) and ETTN (Emerging Trends and Technology Network) are great outlets for young professionals to get more involved.