These women are vital to the organization’s leadership and have proved indispensable players, influencing policy and driving the auto retail industry forward.
2020 Time Dealer of the Year Susan Moffitt Proves the Undeniable Power of Women in Automotive Retail
Moffitt is also committed to helping support younger generations of dealers and dealership employees and most recently spoke about the power of women in the auto retail industry at the Women Driving Auto Retail happy hour event held in conjunction with NADA Show 2021.
At this year’s first-ever virtual NADA Show, ADESA hosted their annual charity auction to benefit the NADA Foundation to support Canine Companions for Independence (CCI).
Launched in August 2019, the video contest is part of NADA’s Women Driving Auto Retail initiative, which highlights the current voices of women working in dealerships and encourages other women to pursue automotive careers.
Franchise Meetings Offer Dealers Prime Opportunity to Connect and Ask OEMs Questions at NADA Show 2021
While dealers won’t be able to convene in-person in New Orleans, the Auto Industry Event of the Year will still go on – offering all the benefits the Show has to offer, including the opportunity for dealers to get exclusive insights into their respective brands via franchise meetings with OEM representatives.
Dealership Buy-Sell Firm Haig Partners Makes $10,000 Donation to NADA Workforce Initiative and Launches Match Program
In addition to their $10,000 donation, Haig Partners is launching a match program that could generate another $20,000.
North Carolina Dealer Launches Classic Car Restoration Contest to Keep Service Department Employees Working
John Hiester of the Heister Automotive Group in Fuquay-Varina, N.C. created a competition pinning teams of service employees against each other to restore classic vehicles.
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