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CADA Pres. Tim Jackson on how his dealer members are managing the inventory squeeze

Dealers have had less inventory on their lots which has been a large concern for many. So where do we go from here as we head into a new year and what do dealer associations have to say about it? On today’s show, we are pleased to welcome Tim Jackson, President, and CEO of the […]
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Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of NIADA with newly inducted Pres. Joe McCloskey

The National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA) has a new President. During the Association’s 75th Annual Convention and Expo, Joe McCloskey, Owner of McCloskey...

The aftermath of Hurricane Ida: NJ Car Pres. Jim Appleton talks recovery efforts

It has been some time since Hurricane Ida bombarded the Gulfcoast and Northeast with severe flooding. According to Carfax, 212,000 vehicles were potentially damaged...

AIADA Pres. Cody Lusk on keeping the auto industry a level playing field and free of excessive Gov. influence

More than half of all U.S. dealership jobs are created by international nameplate automobile dealers, according to the American International Automobile Dealers Association. The...

Chairwoman Annette Sykora discusses NADA’s Emergency Relief Fund to help dealers in need

Hurricane Ida devastated many on the Gulf Coast before making its way into the Northeast. As residents in both areas pick up the pieces...

LADA Pres. Will Green talks dealership recovery efforts after Hurricane Ida

Many Gulf Coast residents are now dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. CNN reports that more than 977,000 homes and businesses in Louisiana...

CNCDA Pres. Brian Maas discusses the biggest concerns for Calif. dealers in today’s market

Last time we spoke to Brian Maas, President of the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA), he expressed his concerns about Volvo's plans to move...

NCADA Pres. Robert Glaser discusses Carvana’s 180-day dealer license suspension

The North Carolina DMV has banned Carvana from selling vehicles in Wake County, where their Raleigh dealership is located. for 180 days. So what...
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