National Automobile Dealers Association (compiler)
Depicts history of automobiles and Chrysler. Segment 02 covers the post-World War I automobile industry through the end of the 1920s. Segment addresses the biography of Walter P. Chrysler, the founding of the Chrysler Corporation, the introduction of the Chrysler 6, and the acquirement of the Dodge Brothers Company. Footage compiled for NADA's documentary '100 Years of America's Auto Dealerships : The First Century' (2006)
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.
Report on the success of the National Automobile Dealers Association 2002 Convention in New Orleans. The convention had to be rescheduled after the attacks of September 11th, 2001 delayed the National Football League season, and the Super Bowl, to be delayed a week. Interview with Stephen Pitt, NADA Executive.