National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Ishizaka, Yoshio (speaker)
Seminar for ART (Automotive Retailing Today) with speakers Yoshio Ishizaka, President and CEO of Toyota Motor Sales, Bob Meyers, President of National Press Foundation and Paul Holloway, Chairman of NADA. John Peterson, chairman of ART conducts a Q and A session. Interview with Bob Meyers and John Peterson. Voiceover at end of tape.
Quayle, Marilyn T. (spk), National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Kelly, Karin Hackes, Peter (reporter), Quinn, Hugh Anderson, Frank R. Herrmann, Mark Peck, Gregory Greene, Tom Folliott, Charlie Browning, Fred Phillis, Brian (interviewee)
Visitors Television Network coverage of Day 1 of the 1992 NADA conference in Dallas, Texas. Coverage begins with an overview of exhibit floor; interview with NADA Convention Chairman Mark Herrmann; exhibition floor set-up; a message from Director of Conventions and Expositions Gary Heimes; interview with 1991 NADA President Frank Anderson; and sights and sounds of Dallas. Following this are interviews with these individuals: Gregory Peck, Chairman of Prevent-A-Theft; Tom Greene, NADA Executive Director of Legislative Affairs; Charlie Folliott, NADA 1991 Public Affairs Chairman; and Fred Browning of Chrysler Insurance. Kelly then gives an overview of the NADA Lifestyle center at the convention, which is followed by a message from Marilyn Quayle on early breast cancer detection. The coverage concludes with interviews with President of Australia Automobile Dealers Association Brian Phillis and with Hugh Quinn, Advertising Consultant. Commercials are interspersed throughout coverage.
Rick Goings, President, Avon U.S. Inc., addresses what Avon needs to do to succeed in the 1990s. Avon representatives respond to what they want from Avon. Ron Wolfe, V.P. Senior Officer, Sales and Customer Service, explains new career opportunities for representatives.
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.
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.
Peters, Tom (spk), National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Charbonneau, Donald (speaker), Holloway, Paul J. (speaker), Gillman, Ramsay H. (speaker)
General session for NADA 2000 convention in New Orleans. Hosted by NADA Convention Chairman Donald Charbonneau, whose presentation includes Newspaper Advertising Association Dandy Awards and Radio Advertising Bureau Chassie Awards as well as presentation on NADA Charitable Foundation. 1997 NADA President Ramsay H. Gillman introduces incoming 1998 NADA chairman Paul J. Holloway. Introduction of 1998 NADA Executive Committee followed by speech by Holloway. Featured speaker Tom Peters, authority on business management.
National Automobile Dealers Association (sponsor), Schwarzkopf, H. Norman, 1934-2012 (speaker)
Closing session opens with music and slideshow on stage of NADA convention 1992 in Dallas, TX. Convention Chairman opens session and introduces 1991 NADA President, Frank Anderson, Jr. Anderson announces several awards and two video are shown. Anderson then hands gavel over to 1992 NADA President Richard Strauss. Strauss introduces executive committee and gives remarks. Speaker General H. Norman Schwarzkopf. Convention Chairman adjourns the session.
ASTN report on President Clinton's new economic plans and its possible effect on car dealers. Interview with NADA president Frank McCarthy about legislation related to taxes and the environment. Reports on man scamming people out of used cars; Mazda management changes; Ford recalls; Ford minivans (Winstar).
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), Trotman, Alexander (speaker)
Tape 2 of 2 tapes of the opening day of the NADA Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 10, 1996. Begins with Richard Strauss introducing speaker Alex Trotman the CEO Ford Motor Company. Trotman discusses his long career in the automobile industry and offers insight on future developments especially how technology and customer expectation is changing the auto business. Trotman discusses the relationship between automobile manufacturers and dealers. Conclusion of the session with updates about convention events.
Tape 1 of 2 tapes covering the opening day of the NADA Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 10, 1996. Video includes: Patriotic video about America with voiceover; NADA Director from New York delivers an invocation; NADA Convention chairman delivers opening remarks; a video profile of Edwards Chevrolet in Birmingham Alabama and a speech from 1995 NADA president Leon Edwards discusses the state of the auto industry with a focus on the relationship between auto manufacturers and dealers; Dealer Election Action Committee President Richard Strauss discusses political action by automobile dealers during 1995; presentation to the Time Magazine Dealer of the Year Award; tape cuts off in the middle of an introduction for Alexander Trotman.
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.
Version One of MCI Corporate contains the following segments: logos, exteriors, Chairman and President, engineering labs, Network Control Center, Regional Management Center, fiber optics, operators, billing center, MCI Fax, MCI Card, and people at work.
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.