ASTN Coverage of Day Three of the 1989 NADA Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana hosted by Gloria Jahn. Michael Jones with special report on Yugo with an interview with dealer, Richard Lohr, an import tax for Land Rover, CAFE legislation, NADA 20 Groups with an interview with Bill Gourley. An interview with Richard Recchia, Executive Vice President, Mitsubishi, Charles Hughes, Range Rover President and C.R. "Dick" Brown, Executive Director, Daihatsu, about the chicken tax on vehicles. Allison Holt talks to David Humphreys about RVIA and conversion vans, President of Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA). Michael speaks to Chairman Martin, Brookfield Collections Guild, about collector model cars on display and how they're made. Allison talks to Jonathan Schwirtz form Cars for Children, Inc. who makes luxury cars for children. GM Sales Director, Dick Herdegen speaks about Techline and Michael reports on its exhibit at the convention. A report on the minority luncheon and the AIADA Meeting where Bob McElwaine announced his departure. 1988 NADA President, Jimmy C. Payton talks about the past year. Payton hands the gavel over to 1989 NADA President Ron Tonkin, Tonkin gives remarks about the year ahead.
Reports on NADA convention 2001 in Las Vegas, Nevada. E-Commerce and Technology segment with stories on TascaTalk, a realtime chat function used by Tasca Ford in Providence, RI, a webcam used by Bill Marsh Auto Mall in Travers City, MI and a dealer website that can change to Spanish with one click created by Brandon Ford in Tampa, Florida. Thomas Motors, Inc., a dealership in Portland, Oregon that utilizes the internet in auto selling. An interview with Patty Schneke, internet trainer and John Holt, CEO The Cobalt Group, on how to teach dealers to use the internet to sell. Report on the repeal of the Death Tax. Interview with Jim Press, CEO of Toyota Motor Sales, Inc. David Hyatt talks about NADA's website redesign. Lastly, a story on internet lead generators.
ASTN News coverage of the NADA convention hosted by Suzette Chaires. Transition of NADA presidents; accomplishments of outgoing president Jim Lust; Chrysler's image and 1996 models; Hyundai new model prices.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Fitzwater, Marlin (speaker), Matalin, Mary (interviewee)
Opens with Frank McCarthy taking pictures/talking with political consultant, Mary Matalin. NADA Signage. Conference begins, host Frank McCarthy introduces Marlin Fitzwater, White House Press Secretary for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Fitzwater speaks for remainder of tape. Conference took place at the Capital Hilton.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Holtz, Lou (speaker)
Automotive Satellite Television Network program on 1993 NADA convention in New Orleans, LA Day #3, hosted by Suzette Chaires. Interview with 1992 NADA President Jim Lust. Report on Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz speaking at the NADA Sunday Inspirational Service.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Stempel, Robert C. (speaker)
Visitors Television Network Program on NADA convention 1991 in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by Peter Hackes and Charlotte Nichols. A look at some vendors on the exhibit floor. Interview with Frank McCarthy, Executive Vice President, NADA about the year ahead. Interview with Mark Singelton, President of COIN, Inc. Charlotte interviews Tom Webb, Chief Economist of NADA with his economic forecast. Bob Nagel, head of Sales Certification at NADA, discusses how the program will work. Charlotte talks to Clark Vitulli, Senior Vice President, C.O.O. of Mazda about their opportunities in the coming months. A report on the opening session of the NADA convention, with remarks by Ray Green 1990 NADA President on the luxury tax and the new sales certification program. Speaker Robert S. Stempel, Chairman of General Motors commented on new sales opportunities.
Visitors Television Network Program on NADA convention 1991 in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by Peter Hackes and Charlotte Nichols. Charlotte interviews 1990 Convention Chairman Bob Maguire. A look at the convention floor and an interview with Gary Heimes, Director, NADA, Convention and Expo. Peter interviews Ray Green, 1990 NADA President. A video on tourism from Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. Interview with Roland Doane, Regional Sales Director, Glaval about their conversion van products and new opportunities for dealers. Hugh Quinn from Newspaper Advertising bureau discusses winning auto dealer advertisements. Peter talks about legislative issues with Peter Greene, Executive Director of Legislative Affairs for NADA. Charlotte talks to Mark Miller, Chairman of the Dealership Operating Committee about Trackmate. Peter interviews the immediate past president of NADA, Ron Tonkin, Project 2000 Chairman.
Visitors Television Network Program on Day Two of the NADA convention 1990 in Las Vegas, Nevada, hosted by Peter Hackes and Charlotte Nichols. Peter talks to Frank McCarthy, Executive Vice President of NADA about the big issue for 1990, CAFE. Charlotte takes a look at dream cars on the exhibit floor. Peter talks to Tom Webb, Chief Economist of NADA with his forecast for 1990. Charlotte talks to Roger Smith, Chairman and CEO of General Motors about CAFE. Peter interviews Dick Strauss, Chairman of DEAC about the program. Charlotte talks to Keith Crutcher, Vice President of Sales, GMAC and Ronald Hudler, Vice President Group Executive, EDS Corp., about communication tools with dealers using new technology and news sales incentives. A report on the opening ceremonies, including the color guard, outgoing president Ron Tonkin, and keynote speaker Lee Iacocca, CEO of Chrysler.
ASTN News coverage of the NADA convention in New Orleans hosted by Suzette Chaires; interview with dealers on the convention floor; business prospects for 1993; outgoing NADA president Richard Strauss; workshop about one price selling.
Report on campaign by NADA Public Affairs Group. Article in Time magazine and USA Today and the Dealer Innovation Award. The NADA Child Safety campaign partnered with NHTSA called "Boost for Safety". NADA also featured at Morgan Stanley's conference in New York City. Interviews with NADA Public Affairs Committee Chairman Carroll Smith and David Hyatt, Executive Director NADA Public Affairs.
Program produced for Day 3 of NADA convention 1997 by Automotive News hosted by Leslie Carde. Interviews with Roy Roberts (Pontiac), Rick Waggoner (General Motors), Robert Rewey (Ford) and Charles Hughes (Land Rover) about the future of the auto industry. Reports on conversion vehicle production, the importance of after market sales, survey, the NADA member services booth, awards for best auto dealer commercials and a Sunday seminar on advertising. Editorial by Edward Lapham. Also, reports on some exhibitors on the exhibit floor, diversity within the NADA and the luxury tax, Interview with Ramsay Gillman, NADA President 1997, Chrysler's exhibit at Minnesota's Mall of America, including a Jeep simulator, Bill Gilliland, dealer from Amarillo, Texas, who took his dealership public, Autobytel, an online used car selling tool and an auction held on the expo floor whose proceeds went to Make a Wish Foundation and MADD. Edward Lapham interviews staff reporter Kathy Jackson about this year's convention. Lastly, parties and booth incentives at the convention.
Visitors Television Network Program on NADA convention 1991 in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by Peter Hackes and Charlotte Nichols. Charlotte tours the exhibit floor and looks at some different vendors. Peter talks to J.E. Reilly, Chairman of American Isuzu Motors, about the year ahead. An interview with Lloyd E. Reuss, President General Motors Corp. about the end of the recession. Interview with Lynn Weaver, Editor of NADA Used Car Guide, about new automated service and Peter interviews Tom Klipstine, Director of GMC Trucks, about changing use of trucks in the market and the new Cyclone product. Lawrence Norjean from the Radio Advertising Bureau announces the Chassis award winner. Ari Kahan, President of the Mexico Auto Dealers Association, explains his organization and its similarities to NADA. Hans Hungerland President, Volkswagen of America, talks about their business and advertising campaign. Peter talks to John Rickus, President of the Motor Trades Association of Australia, discusses the Australian economy and outlook for the new year. Ross Roberts, Vice President of Ford, Lincoln Mercury Division talks about the outlook for the new year and new models. Donald W. Hudler, Vice President of Sales, Service, Marketing, Saturn talks about why he thinks the Saturn vehicle has done well in the marketplace. Report on the conclusion of the general session with remarks from 1991 NADA President Frank R. Anderson Jr.
Visitors Television Network Program on NADA convention 1991 in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by Peter Hackes and Charlotte Nichols. A look at service vendors on the exhibit floor. Charlotte talks to Thomas R. Gibson, President and C.E.O. of Subaru America, about effects of merger with Japan. A report on the Sunday Inspirational Service, with remarks by keynote speaker Dr. Robert H. Schuller. Dick O' Donnel Vice President of Auto Marketing, TV Bureau of Advertising with Advertising Award winners. An interview with John O. Grettenberger, Vice President General Motors, Cadillac Division about the award they received this year and new models about to come out. Charlotte talks to dealers on the floor about what they're doing in the lean economic times to stay strong. Peter talks to Harold "Red" Poling, C.E.O. of the Ford Motor Company about his forecast for the economy. Interview with the Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award winner Jack G. Krenzen.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Schwarzkopf, H. Norman, 1934-2012 (speaker)
Visitors Television Network Program on NADA 1992 in Dallas, Texas hosted by Peter Hackes and Karin Kelly. Peter takes a look at some different vendors on the exhibit floor. Karin interviews representatives from French CNPA, Jean Puijalon and Jean Pierre Henaut, Vice President, CNPA. Interview with Mike Losh, General Manager, Oldsmobile Division on outlook for economy. Tom Gibson, President of Subaru of America on advertising and sales for Subaru. Peter asks vendors how the convention was for them this year. Installation of Automotive Hall of Fame inductees and interview with Michael Carey, originator of the Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award. Interview with Bud Brooks, Public Affairs Committee, about the Milestone Awards given at the Indy 500. An interview with Frank McCarthy, Executive Vice President of NADA. Laurel and Hardy impersonators work the convention floor. Report on the closing session and remarks of Dick Strauss, 1992 NADA President and speaker, General H. Norman Schwarzkopf.
Automotive Satellite Television Network Coverage of Day One of the 1989 NADA Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana hosted by Gloria Jahn. Michael Jones with special report on convention and exhibit floor. Gloria speaks to Ron Tonkin, 1989 NADA President. Jim Caplinger, 1997 NADA President, talks about why the Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award is so important to dealers. Donald Petersen, Ford Chairman, talks about luxury cars and Bob Lutz, Chrysler Corporation President, talks about why manufacturers come to the convention. Frank McCarthy, NADA Executive Vice President talks about the upcoming year. Bill Bruce, Infiniti General Manager talks about their new models. Roger Smith, GM Chairman, talks about the convention and the new administration in Washington. Robert Stempel of General Motors talks about issues that confront dealers today. Allison Holt reports on the Time Magazine Quality Dealer of the Year Award winner, Lou Fusz of St. Louis, Missouri. Excerpts from the address by keynote speaker and Ford Chairman Donald Petersen and NADA President Jimmy Payton.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Greenwood, Lee. God bless the U.S.A. (performer)
Opening ceremonies including remarks from Stuart Zalud, Convention Chairman, and performances from the Marine Corp Band and Lee Greenwood. NADA Chairman, Robert Maguire speaks about the past years events and influence of NADA. Includes a video summary of NADA activity in 2001; video about Phil Brady and announcement of his NADA presidency; presentation of the Time Magazine Quality Dealers Award (cut off, continues on tape 2).
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.
Visitors Television Network Program on Day Three of NADA 1992 in Dallas, Texas hosted by Peter Hackes and Karin Kelly. A look at vendors on the exhibit floor. An interview with Dick Strauss, 1992 NADA President. A report on the Sunday Inspirational Service with speaker Zig Zigler. An interview about new products in 1992 with Lloyd Reuss, President of General Motors. Karin Kelly interviews Dick O'Donnell about awards for best advertising. Interview with Phillip E. Benton, Jr. of Ford about recession and market recovery. Peter interviews Gary Cowell, President of FADA, Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations of Canada. A report on a salesperson certification program with Robert W. Nagel. A look at the Hummer with Sue Carney from AM General. Interview with Clark Vitulli from Mazda about new models.
Automotive Satellite Television Network presents the 1991 NADA convention in Atlanta, Georgia. Dick interviews Margo Parker, Director Civic Involvement Program, General Motors. Dick and Owen interview Ron Hudler, EDS Vice President discuss the Pulseat program and EDS's role. A list of all the nominees for Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award. Introduction of finalists for TMQDA and Jack Krenzen, Duluth, Minnesota receives award. Ray Green introduces keynote speaker, Chairman of General Motors, Robert Stempel. Brief video is shown. Stempel delivers remarks. Owen and Dick sum up the first day's events and common themes, technology and communication.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Major, John Roy, 1943- (speaker)
Day 2 of NADA Convention in New Orleans, LA. Begins with entertainment, portrait painter Michael Ostaski and Storyville Stompers Brass Band. Joseph S. Clark High School Marching Band leads a Mardi Gras parade in the convention hall. Convention chairman Stuart Zalud introduces 2001 NADA Chairman, Bob Maguire. Maguire presents a video (not seen) about H. Carter Myers, the 2002 NADA Chairman and then introduces Myers. Myers introduces his Executive Committee and gives remarks about the new year ahead for NADA. John Major, former Prime Minister of Great Britain addresses convention (cut off, continues on tape 2).