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Wednesday, April 23, 2014


     

    2014 NADA/ATD Convention & Expo

     

     

    NADA

     

    Speakers
    Events

     

    • McConnell Ready to Lead NADA in 2014

     

    • NADA Defends In-Dealership Financing

     

    • Hillary Clinton Praises Dealers’ Role in Economic Recovery

     

    • Steve Forbes Speaks to Dealers

     

    • J.R. Martinez Inspires Dealers to 'Adapt, Adapt, Adapt'

     

    • NADA Issues New Vehicle Forecast

     

    • NADA Used Car Guide Provides Outlook for Used Vehicles

     

    • NADA and Ally Donate to Second Harvest

     

    • NADA/ATD Convention & Expo Opens

     

    • TIME Dealer of the Year: Jeff Teague

     

    • ADESA Auction Raises $27,000 for Canine Companions

     

     

     


     

     

    ATD Convention & Expo

     

    Speakers


     

    Events

     

    Eric Jorgensen Takes the Helm as the New ATD Chairman

     

    • ATD 2013 Chairman: ‘Let’s Tackle Regulations’

     

    • ATA Leader Encourages Truck Dealers, Fleet Managers to Work Together

     

     

    • Commercial Truck of the Year Winners Announced

     

    • Commercial Truck Dealers Roll into New Orleans

     

     

    •  Utah Truck Dealer Wins National Award

     

    •  Honoré Says Trucks Were Vital to Gulf Coast Recovery


     

     

    FEATURED VIDEO




    NADA Chief Economist Steven Szakaly and Jonathan Banks, executive automotive analyst for the NADA Used Car Guide, provide economic forecasts at the 2014 NADA/ATD Convention in New Orleans.

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