ESPN SportsCenter Bonus Cuts segment featuring a man on the street satirically interviewing a cab driver and a seller of a personal automobile to thank them for "saving" the Superbowl. The 2002 NADA convention in the Louisiana Superdome was rescheduled to accommodate the NFL after the season was delayed by the events of September 11th, 2001.
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NADA-TV presents highlights from the 2002 NADA Convention in New Orleans, LA. Opening message by Chairman Bob Maguire, reports on switching the dates for the NADA conference and the Washington D.C. NADA Conference that took place on September 11, 2001. Industry relations report on the production of General Motors's last Oldsmobiles and new leadership at GM, Nissan's new product line, donations raised by NADA for September 11 charitable foundation and the National Football League. Advertisements for General Motors, Manheim, ADESA, Newspaper Association of America, and AuctionNet. Dealer Input Rankings. Coverage of new Toyota dealership opening ceremonies. E-Commerce and Technology, Internet Operations featuring dealerships in Chicago and Virginia. Factory Focus message from manufacturers featuring Nissan and BMW. Wrap-up featuring New Orleans history, culture, commerce, and dining.