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SEMA Announces Influencer of the Year Finalists

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Sept. 30, 2022—SEMA has announced the finalists for its inaugural SEMA Automotive Influencer of the Year award.

According to a press release, this award is meant to recognize content creators and social media influencer who have done an exceptional job of promoting interest and engagement for the automotive industry and car culture. 

The finalists are Alex Taylor, Larry Chen, ChrisFix, TJ Hunt and Adam LZ. Finalists were chosen based upon their presence of promoting awareness for the industry on platforms that include Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, TikTok and beyond. One winner will be chosen and the award will be presented at the upcoming 2022 SEMA Show Industry Awards Banquet on Nov. 3. 

“These influencers and creators have built up a tremendous voice to help promote, shape, and protect the automotive industry,” said SEMA Chairman James Lawrence via the press release. “Each of them has the ability to share their stories and connect with their fans in a personal and impactful way. They also generate tons of excitement and enthusiasm for the automotive industry. They are a big part of being an automotive enthusiast today, and it’s time we recognize them for their contributions.”

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