Giuliani, Rudolph (spk), National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Ostaski, Michael (performer), Starling, Alan C. (speaker), Kain, Jack (speaker), Brady, Phillip D., 1951- (speaker)
Day 3 NADA 2003 in San Francisco, California. Begins with entertainment by portrait painter Michael Ostaski. Hosted by Jack Kain. Recap of convention. Video program profiling incoming chairman, Alan Starling. 2002 NADA Chairman H. Carter Myers passes gavel to Starling before Starling addresses audience. NADA President Phil Brady introduces speaker Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York City. Giuliani details his five principles of leadership: having strong beliefs, courage, optimism, relentless preparation, and teamwork.
Interview with Robert A. Shinn about the history of the Chambers Works property. Shinn describes the changes in the area that took place during World War I, when DuPont's workforce expanded. Also discussed are female factory workers, the beginning of the dyeworks, the relationship with General Motors, World War II, the Manhattan Project, company picnics, the Deepwater Plant, the plant hospital, Thomas Carney's ghost, employee benefits, the trolley line,
Peter Hackes and Leslie Carde host this VTN program covering the fifth day of the 1993 NADA convention in New Orleans, LA. Reports on the workshop featuring former NFL football coach Joe Gibbs, Interviews with Edsel Ford, President Ford Credit and Dave Humphreys, President, RVIA. A report on women and car buying, interview with Alex Trotman, President, Ford Automotive Group; Bill Hoglund, Executive Vice President, General Motors; Edward Mertz, General Manager, Buick Motor Division. Report on workshop with Frank Meeks, President Dominos Pizza, Interview with Rick Lepley, Mitsubishi and John Rock, General Manager, Oldsmobile. Lastly, a report on the closing session with Jim Lust and former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Margaret Thatcher.
NADA-TV coverage 2007 Las Vegas includes reports on dealer franchise meetings, Dale Willy new NADA Chairman, former GE Chairman & keynote speaker Jack Welch , EPA Energy star, NADA raising its profile in Washington.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (sponsor), Comer, Meryl (host), Reagan, Ronald. (speaker), BizNet (production company)
Episode Number 276. A look back on 1984 topics as reported on "It's Your Business". Meryl Comer interviews a panel including Mark Shields, Richard Lesher, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Vic Kamber, Political Consultant, David Gergen American Enterprise Institute. Discussion with Senator Dennis DeConcini. Debates on various topics including the dollar with Beryl Sprinkel (U.S. Department of Treasury) and Tom Downey (Republican from New York); Industrial Policy with Rep. John Lafalce (Democrat from New York) and Representative Steven Simms (Republican from Idaho); Election results with Kevin Phillips and Jim Dickenson (Washington Post), Richard Lesher (U.S. Chamber of Commerce) and Morton Kondrake (The McLaughlin Group); Taxes with Rep. Barber Conable (Republican from New York). A report on resignations for the second term of Ronald Reagan's administration, with clips from and William D. Ruckelshaus (EPA). Statements from Rep. John Murtha (Democrat, Pennsylvania) and Amb. William Brock (U.S. Trade Representative). Immigration reform is discussed by Sen. Alan K. Simpson (Republican, Wyoming). Walter Williams (Economist), Richard Lesher (U.S. Chamber of Commerce) and John Palmer (Urban Institute) debate the subject of poverty. Sen,. John Heinz (Democrat, Pennsylvania) and Robert Thompson (Attorney) debate senior citizens in the workplace. Women in the workplace discussion with Robert Townsend (Business) and Kay Koplovitz (USA Network). A 5th anniversary tribute to "It's Your Business" from President Ronald Reagan.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Sykora, Annette (speaker), Martinez, J. R. (Jose Rene), 1983- (speaker)
Annual inspirational service held during Day 2 of NADA 2014 Convention in New Orleans. Service includes music from American Military Spouses Choir. NADA Past Chairman, Annette Sykora speaks of her personal experience, the actions of her family's dealership, and relief efforts after the West Fertilizer Company explosion in West, Texas in 2013. Featured speaker is J. R. Martinez, motivational speaker and army veteran, who speaks about life goals and the willingness to adapt.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Hopkins, Deborah M. (producer), Stertz, Marc H. (producer), Peacock, Lin (producer), Price, Bill (producer), Regan, David (producer)
Airdate 2005-02-02. General Motors and a new safety initiative. Dealer Franchise Meetings. Ralph Seekins, TMQDA Winner. NADA 24, the new quality survey tool, with dealer Wes Lutz. Scott O'Grady, speaker at Sunday's inspirational service. Dealer Academy graduation with new graduate, Darryl Dodson. Reports on new survey about dealers and positive results, with dealer Alan Starling and Maury Giles, VP Harris Interactive. Report on oil and superfund exemption for dealers. Dealer Academy graduation with recent graduate, Michael Fahrney. Washington Insider with Tennessee Congressman, Tom Ford visiting dealers. Fraud alert information with the FACT Act. DarCars Toyota Tammy Darvish on identity theft and importance of compliance. Ed McMahon tours the convention floor.
Deborah M. Hopkins (pro), Marc H. Stertz (pro), William Price (pro), National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Rondinaro, Steve (reporter), Willey, Dale (speaker)
NADA-TV reports on events, speeches, exhibits and meetings for Friday and Saturday, February 8 and 9, of convention 2008. Begins with welcome message from 2007 NADA Chairman, Dale Willey. Includes reports on Issues in Congress: (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) CAFE and climate change; Lifeline to Profits workshops; NADA Boost for Safety campaign child seat inspection events; Public Affairs in Motion: The modern car-buying experience insert in Time Magazine; Capitol Insider: Delaware dealers visit Delaware senators during NADA Washington Conference; Car of the Year Award awarded to Chevy Malibu at the Detroit Auto Show; GM addresses dealer profitability issues; Turbo-Charged Seminars: nightly audit reports; NADA Town Hall Meetings; NADA honored by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Energy Star program for its leadership in increasing dealership energy efficiency; Industry Relations in Motion: interviews with executives from GM, Ford, and Toyota at Detroit Auto Show and Dealer Attitude Survey presentation at Chrysler; Legal & Regulatory Affairs: EPA standards to reduce air pollutants; DEAC (Dealers Election Action Committee) events in 2007; Capitol Insider: Kansas dealers meet with representatives during NADA Washington Conference; Toyota at Detroit Auto Show; DSP (Dealer System Providers) Survey; Legal and Regulatory Affairs: adverse action notices, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act; USA Today Dealer Innovation Award; Capitol Insider: Alaska Dealers meet with representatives; Ford at the Detroit Auto Show; and Toyota of New Orleans and Dealer Troy Duhon's recovery after Hurricane Katrina.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (originator), Booth, Arch Newell, 1906-1985 (narrator), Creative Arts Studio (production company), National Fertilizer Association (contributor), National Association of Food Chains (U.S.) (contributor), National Association of Home Builders of the United States (contributor), Electric Companies Public Information Program (contributor), Radio Corporation of America (contributor), American Gas Association (contributor), Portland Cement Association (contributor), Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association (contributor), American Iron and Steel Institute (contributor), National Lumber Manufacturers Association (contributor), Association of American Railroads (contributor), Aircraft Industries Association of America (contributor), Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association (contributor), American Trucking Associations (contributor), Chrysler Corporation (contributor), American Hotel & Lodging Association (contributor), National Educational Association (U.S.) (contributor)
Arch Booth, Executive Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, narrates an animated vision of technologies and innovations possible in the year 1975, as predicted by representatives of various American industries. Industries mentioned include fertilizer, home building, natural gas, cement, steel, lumber, transportation, hotels. The education system is also covered.
Program begins with open by Damian Rossi, Manager OIS Marketing Communications and contains segments on: The new seminar program with Howard Kearns, Director OIS Marketing Support; Sperrylink spells success with a panel with John Gleavy, National Account Executive Navy Branch; Nick Debronsky, Account Executive Pittsburgh Commercial Branch; Steve Snider, Account Executive, Albany Branch; Damina Rossi, Manager OIS Marketing Communications; The OIS Specialist with Gary Alexander, Director of Marketing Development, OIS; Lastly, the new advertising campaign with Jeff Houdret, Manager-Advertising.
Thomson Consumer Electronics (sponsor), Radio Corporation of America (associated name)
Update focused on the introduction of DSS (Digital Satellite System) from RCA featuring Chairman and CEO, Alain Prestat; David Hakala, Vice President TV Manufacturing Operations, Americas; Joe Clayton, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Americas. Includes TV commercials for RCA Home Theatre. Opening of Thomson Electronic building in Indiana with speaker, Indiana governor Evan Bayh. At the summer CES Show with Stan Kozlowski, Manager, DSS Sales and Jean Shea, Manager, Market Communications and Planning, Accessories Business. Coverage of first RCA DSS retail sale. DSS premieres in Indianapolis with speaker Joe Clayton, Executive Vice president. Several local news clips of DSS availability in area. Promo for RCA Tennis Championships.