NADA’s 100th anniversary is a great opportunity to check the pulse of the industry, and then roll up our sleeves for the next 100 years.
As the last month of 2016 is well under way, we often become engrossed in holiday plans, end-of-year travel and New Year’s resolutions. But it’s equally important to pause and appreciate what we’ve accomplished over the past year.
One of the provisions included in the Tax Reform Blueprint has generated significant concern among several industries, including the automotive sector.
As the end of the year approaches and NADA’s next 100 years is upon us, dealers are looking to the future of this industry more than ever.
We should never forget that this association’s genesis was in 1917 when dealers wanted to defend their customers from unfair policies in Washington, D.C.
On August 15, the residents of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, woke up to the worst flood disaster in the United States since Hurricane Sandy.
A new economic report from the Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal and Economic Public Policy Studies makes one overriding conclusion: state auto franchise laws lower retail prices of new cars, which benefits consumers.
What do Cirque du Soleil, Chris Angel, Celine Dion and NADA all have in common? We’ll all be in Vegas at the end of this month. From March 31 through April 3, what happens in Vegas won’t just stay in Vegas.