Visitors Television Network Program on Day Five of the NADA convention 1990 in Las Vegas, Nevada, hosted by Peter Hackes and Charlotte Nichols. Peter talks to Frank McCarthy who reports the convention has been one of the best they've ever had. Charlotte talks to Ben Bidwell, Chrysler about dealer/manufacturer relations and the economy. A report on the Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award winner, James Lupient of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Peter talks to William Lovejoy, Executive Vice President, GMAC about his outlook for 1990. Peter interviews the winners of the best radio commercial. Peter talks to Dick Mugg, Vice President of Audi of America on their past year and outlook for 1990. Charlotte looks at promotion ideas on the exhibit floor. A report on the closing general session, the passing of the gavel from Ron Tonkin to Ray Green and remarks by Ray Green.
Automotive Satellite Television Network program on 1993 NADA convention in New Orleans, LA hosted by Suzette Chaires. Reports on remarks by 1993 President Bill Lust, Ford plans to add more minority owners, Big 3 Automakers will not file complaint with commerce department on foreign prices, Land Rover does not want reclassification of vehicles to trucks,
National Automobile Dealers Association (originator), Iacocca, Lee A. (spk), Haig, Alexander Meigs, 1924-2010 (spk), Automotive Satellite Television Network (prn), Hackes, Peter (reporter), Woulfe, James B. (spk)
ASTN Convention News from NADA convention 1987 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hosted by Peter Hackes. Includes speakers NADA Chairman Jim Woulfe and keynote Lee Iacocca and General Alexander Haig.
National Automobile Dealers Association (originator), Rondinaro, Steve (reporter), Sykora, Annette (spk)
NADA-TV reports on events, speeches, exhibits and meetings for January 27 of convention 2009. Large portion of coverage devoted to special report 'Industry in Crisis: Call to Arms,' which details the 2008 credit crisis, its impact on the automotive industry, and the industry's subsequent bailout.
Visitor Television Network coverage of the 1993 NADA convention in New Orleans, LA with Peter Hackes and Leslie Carde. A message from Convention Chairman Mick Mcllwain. Interview with Gary Heimes, Director of Expositions of NADA about the convention floor and 1992 NADA President Dick Strauss about the past year with NADA. Short still video explaining NADA and its mission. An interview with Mike Reed, President of EDS, a change management company. Interview with Tom [?] who discusses gasoline prices an how it effects the industry and the current economy. Chevrolet's Sales and Service Manager, Ron Sobrero discusses upcoming year for Chevrolet. News story on Car Search, a company that performs searches for used cars using a computer database. Interview with Bob Nagel, Chairman of NADA Sales Certification program who explains the program and what it entails. An overview of the workshops at the convention. Report on Magic, a radio frequency anti-theft device, with owner Greg Peck. An Interview with Ellen McCoy of SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association. Lastly, Bill Newman, Chief Counsel of NADA explains the legal defense fund.
Visitors Television Network coverage of the 1989 NADA convention, Show Five, hosted by Peter Hackes. Peter talks to Bill Bruce, General Manager, Infiniti Division, Nissan about the new Infiniti model. Charlotte Nichols talks to Robert Stempel, President of General Motors, Inc, about the year ahead and GM's focus on the customer. J.D. MacKay from the NAD talks to Charlotte about changes in automobile dealer advertising and awards. Charlotte asks dealers on the floor how successful the convention has been. Fred Gibson, President of Federation of Automobile Dealers Association of Canada, talks to Peter about why he's at the convention. Peter talks to Dick Brown, Daihatsu America Inc., about how the Daihatsu sells overseas and the new Charade model. Vice President of Jeep Eagle Division of Chrysler Motors, Joe Cappy, talks to Peter about Jeep sales and new models. Charlotte talks to Charles Spellman, President of Traffic Safety Now, Inc. about safety belts and new legislation. Automotive News Briefs reports General Motors will open Saturn dealers this year, Imports of Japanese vehicles fell in 1988, Incoming NADA President Ron Tonkin announced a new dealer hotline, General Motors announced plans for a new extended van. Charlotte talks to John Grettenberger, Cadillac Motor Car Division, about communication with dealers. Reports on remarks by 1989 NADA President Ron Tonkin and keynote speaker Paul Harvey.
Program produced for Day 2 of NADA convention 1997 by Automotive News hosted by Leslie Carde. Reports on National Highway Traffic Safety Administration creating a child safety seat CD-ROM, the NADA exhibit floor, the 2nd annual report by ADT Automotive on Used Car Sales, new technology on the exhibit floor, the first CarMax superstore, online buying services, the Time Magazine Quality Dealer Awards, 1996 President John Peterson's remarks, Toyota Executive Yale Geiszl, Edward Lapham discusses issues with staff reporter Donna Harris. Also reports on seminars for used car managers and sensitivity training in the dealership, Interview with Keith Crain of Automotive News and lastly the golf expo at convention center.
Reports on various exhibits at NADA conference 1997 in Atlanta, GA, hosted by Leslie Carde. Interviews with attendees, the projected effect NADA will have on economy of Atlanta and an interview with Executive VP, Frank McCarthy and Outgoing President, John Peterson. Includes Saturday's Schedule of events and a message from Edward Lapham, Executive Editor of Automotive News. The Detroit Auto Show is covered and a story on lower cost Sport Utility Vehicles. A new Automotive Hall of Fame in Deerborn, Michigan and issues for care dealerships are reported. Interview with Arlena Sawyers, staff reporter for Automotive News. A spotlight on Red McCombs, Texas auto mega-dealer and a story on new technology in automotive products. A forum with investment bankers on the future of car sales and diversity in automobile sales, including a Mitsubishi automobiles initiative to hire women and minorities were both reported. Lastly, Sunday's schedule of events and a story on Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus in Atlanta at the same time as the convention.
Visitors Television Network Program on Day Four of the NADA convention 1990 in Las Vegas, Nevada, hosted by Peter Hackes and Charlotte Nichols. Peter talks to Tom Green, Executive Director of Legislative Affairs about concerns for the upcoming year. Charlotte reports on the usefulness of the NADA Dealer Services Booth. Charlotte talks to Gary Fielding, Avanti Group about the coming year for Avanti. Charlotte interviews Richard O'Donnell, Vice President of about this year's winning advertisements. Harvey Lamb, Chairman of the Board of Subaru of America talks with Charlotte about Subaru's marketing and the new Legacy model. Vice President of General Motors, Jim Perkins speaks to Charlotte about the upcoming decade for GM. A report about the CAFE legislation. Charlotte reports on van conversions. Peter talks to Frank Lowney, Senior Vice President of Voyager about service agreements. Charlotte talks to Heinz Brechtal about his 25 years with Chrysler. Peter talks to Les Lamm, President of the Highway Users Association about a new program. Dealers talk about ideas they've seen at the show this year. Peter interviews Dave Humphries, President of RVIA (Recreational Vehicle Industry Association) about the status of the van conversion industry. A report on the Hall of Fame awards and interview with Robert Mallon, Chairman, Automobile Hall of Fame about the various awards.
Interview and footage for video about NADA's Automotive Youth Educational Systems Program (AYES). Footage of interior dealership, exterior service department, interview with dealership owner Mortin "Morty" Zetland.
Interview and footage for video about NADA's Automotive Youth Educational Systems Program (AYES). Continuation of interview with Bob Fanzi, Service Director for Sutliff Saturn Auto Group. Additional interviews with Robert Ridilla, senior technician, and a new full-time technician from AYES program. Footage of automobile mechanics and shop working on cars.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Barnett, Carl (speaker), Press, Bill, 1940- (interviewer), Starling, Alan C. (speaker), Zetsche, Dieter (speaker)
First day of NADA convention 2004 General Session in Las Vegas, Nevada. Begins with entertainment, acapella singing group the Knudson Brothers. Opening ceremony and host Carl Barnett. Bill Press interviews Chairman Alan Starling. Alan Starling addresses attendees. Time Magazine Dealer of the Year Award to Paul J. Holloway. Featured speaker is Daimler Chrysler Chairman and CEO, Dieter Zetsche. Zetsche notes the importance of measuring customer satisfaction but also of the need for caution to not misuse the information collected from customer surveys. He further remarks on the strength of the dealership franchise model in selling and servicing automobiles. Zetsche lists and describes the following attributes that he believes vehicles will need to win future product wars: styling, innovation, safety, quality, concern for the environment, and value.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Harter, John (reporter), Ford, Bill, 1957- (speaker)
Highlights from the 2003 NADA Convention in San Francisco, California. Reports on the Space Shuttle Columbia explosion, the Industry Relations luncheon, keynote speaker Ford CEO William Clay Ford Jr., Tech Update on Standards for Technology in Automotive Retailing (STAR), NADA 20 Groups, Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES) program addressing service technician shortage, NADA Code of Ethics, Factory Focus report from GM Executive VP Jim Smith, and 2003 Time Dealer of the Year award.