For optimal viewing through your web browser or PDA, click here.

SPONSORED BY
Click Here
NADA.org
Monday, March 15, 2010 RSSSEND TO A FRIENDPRINT
nada.orgAdvocacyAffiliates | Convention | Jobs | Programs | Publications | Services | Training
Top Stories
Tonkin: Industry now faces moment of truth
GM scraps its plan to thin Cadillac herd
Salvaged GM dealers in limbo
N.Y. auto show to include NADA forum
Congress considers NHTSA reforms in wake of Toyota recalls
Opinion: What the economy needs now is more cash for clunkers
Committed to Community: Auto dealers donate equipment to Red Cross
Click here for more news from NADAFrontPage.com
Top Stories
Tonkin: Industry now faces moment of truth
By Ed Tonkin

... it's in the best interest of all manufacturers to establish and maintain excellent relations with their dealers. (Read more)
Source: Automotive News

[back to top]

GM scraps its plan to thin Cadillac herd

Reinstatements pull back from vision of Lexus-like network
GM had said it wanted to cut the number of Cadillac franchises by two-thirds -- from 1,422 on Jan. 1, 2009, to about 500 by the end of this year. (Read more)
Source: Automotive News

[back to top]

Salvaged GM dealers in limbo

NEW YORK -- The 661 axed auto dealers General Motors is offering to reinstate aren't ready to pop the champagne just yet. They're still waiting to find out about the terms they'll have to meet to regain their franchises. (Read more)
Source: CNNMoney.com

[back to top]

N.Y. auto show to include NADA forum

One big event around the New York International Auto Show late this month will not be at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center venue. It will be at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. A day-long auto forum at the hotel will bring some 25 top executives from the major automakers, plus dealer groups and suppliers who meet to hash out the present and future of the auto industry. (Read more)
Source: Mediapost Marketing Daily

[back to top]

Congress considers NHTSA reforms in wake of Toyota recalls

WASHINGTON -- Congress plans to toughen fines against automakers for safety breeches, and give government regulators more money and authority to speed recalls. (Read more)
Source: The Detroit News

[back to top]

Opinion: What the economy needs now is more cash for clunkers

... it's time for Washington to jump-start the economy using something that works, namely another cash-for-clunkers program. (Read more)
Source: Automotive News

[back to top]

Committed to Community: Auto dealers donate equipment to Red Cross

CPR training classes sponsored by the Wyoming Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross were greatly enhanced by the donation of a Resusci Annie complete CPR training unit from the Pennsylvania Automotive Association and the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation. (Read more)
Source: The Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.)

[back to top]

Click here for more news from NADAFrontPage.com

[back to top]

 
Quotable
 
"Some automakers understand that having a strong and healthy dealer network works to their advantage."

   
-- NADA Chairman Ed Tonkin, in a commentary in this week's edition of Automotive News, March 15

Video Highlights
 

Profile: New NADA Chairman Ed Tonkin


NADA Launches New Online Magazine 

2010 Convention
 

CLICK HERE for Comprehensive Convention News Coverage at NADAFrontPage.com.



Save Up to $150 Instantly

NADA members are eligible for special pricing and discounts on a wide range of HP business products. Now through March 31, members can save up to $150 on select HP Photosmart and HP Officejet printers. To learn more about these and other HP specials, visit NADA's PC Purchase Program site (member log in required).


 
Savings from Lenovo

NADA members can save an additional 5% now on ThinkPad X100e, Edge and SL410 series laptops through March 31 with the eCoupon USXMARCHSAVINGS at checkout. For discounts on other Lenovo products, visit NADA's PC Purchase Program site (member log in required).

Click Here
Search Back Issues | Unsubscribe | Subscribe | Manage your subscription | email us
NADA For more information on NADA, visit www.nada.org or contact NADA, 8400 Westpark Drive, McLean, VA 22102. This email may contain an advertisement of NADA products and services. Any opinions or statements contained herein do not necessarily reflect the views of NADA. Factual errors are the responsibility of the listed publication. If you are a franchised new-car or -truck dealer and would like to become a member of NADA, please visit the Join NADA section of www.nada.org. Questions or comments concerning NADA Headlines content may be directed to media@nada.org.