K&N’s Martin Installed as SEMA Chairman-Elect

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May 31, 2017 by   Comments Off on K&N’s Martin Installed as SEMA Chairman-Elect

Tim Martin, vice president of K&N Engineering, has been elected chairman-elect of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and will help the board of directors lead the association for the 2017-2019 term.

According to a press release, Martin fills the position held for the past two years by Wade Kawasaki of The Coker Group. Kawasaki will begin serving his term as chairman in July. SEMA’s board has a chairman and a chairman-elect, who is in line to be the next chairman. 

James Lawrence with Power Automedia was also voted onto the SEMA board while Greg Adler of Transamerican Auto Parts was re-elected and will serve another term.

SEMA board members are industry representatives who volunteer their time to lead and guide the association. They are elected by all SEMA-member companies and represent the key membership categories: manufacturers, distributors/retailers, manufacturer reps, and services.

The entire 2017-18 SEMA board will be honored and recognized during the SEMA Installation and Gala in July. At the same time, current SEMA immediate past-chair/secretary Nate Shelton will be concluding his volunteer term and honored for his service and contributions.

The event will also feature a special tribute to the 2017 SEMA Hall of Fame inductees GiGi Carleton, Doug Evans and Barry Meguiar.

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