SEMA Action Network Update
Topics: Jason Tolleson
SEMA Action Network
August 26, 2009
SEMA Action Network Members:
It is with sadness as well as a sense of excitement for future challenges that I share with you that I will be stepping down as director of the SEMA Action Network. Over the last five years, it has been an honor and a privilege to work with such a dedicated and passionate group.
Rest assured I won't be going far as I will be working in another department within the SEMA organization. In this new role I will be helping to support our industry in these tough economic times.
While there are far too many people to thank, including the SEMA Government Affairs team and the SEMA staff who worked to produce a quality newsletter each month, I am grateful for the support demonstrated by so many SAN members during my tenure as director. I truly value the friendships that I have made with so many of you.
I frequently commented that while I was fortunate to be behind the wheel of the organization, it was and always will be the commitment of enthusiasts to protect this hobby that truly drives the SAN. Countless phone calls and e-mails to lawmakers demonstrated the true power and effectiveness of our collective voices. I take comfort in knowing that every day there are more individuals and car clubs joining the SAN to help carry on that fight.
I pass the torch now to Ethan Landesman, who has been brought in to lead our hobbyist crusade in the years ahead. I leave the SAN in good hands. Please give Ethan the same support you've shown me over the past five years. He can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at (202) 783-6007, ext. 39.
Again, I share my deepest and sincere thanks for your support. As my contact information will remain the same, please feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com if I can be of any assistance in the future.
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