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- Pronto organizes to become unified group. // Automotive Marketing;May93, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p18
Discusses the spring meeting in Las Vegas of the National Pronto, a programmed distribution group. Election of first independent officers; Restructuring as a not-for profit cooperation owned by the member firms in 1990; Changes for 1990s; National warranty program for parts and national...
- New dealer officers. // Automotive News;3/21/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5543, p31
Presents a photograph of the Richmond, Virginia Automobile Dealers Association officers. Past president George Whitlow of Whitlow Chevrolet; Johnny Cates of Haywood Clarke Buick as president; Richard Carter of Hayes Jeep-Eagle as vice president; Ben Scafidi of Dick Strauss Ford as treasurer;...
- NAIL hammers out name change. // National Petroleum News;Oct93, Vol. 85 Issue 11, p85
Reports on the National Association of Independent Lubes' (NAIL) change of name to the Automotive Oil Change Association (AOCA). Members; Rationale.
- AIAG awards. // Corporate Detroit;Sep96, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the 1996 annual dinner of the Automotive Industry Action Group.
- It's the extra three cents that does it. // Common Cause Magazine;Spring95, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p5
Reports on the Coalition for Vehicle Choice's encouragement of its supporters to use their own stamps on its postage-paid, business-reply envelopes. Use of total postage funds saved to stop political appointees from restricting vehicle choices with unwarranted and unnecessary regulations.
- MAP helps suppliers improve communications. // Ward's Auto World;Feb96, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p24
Focuses on the Manufacturing Assembly Pilot project of the Automotive Industry Action Group. Efforts to improve information and material flow throughout the supply chain; Need to eliminate waste and reduce costs; Recommendations.
- Trnasplants exaggerate employment figures. Harbour, Jim // Automotive Industries;Dec97, Vol. 177 Issue 12, p21
Focuses on the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers which claims that 10 transplant facilities produce 2.65 million vehicles a year. Other claims of the company; Comparison to General Motors, the world's largest manufacturer; Amount of persons employed at that company in 1996.
- $10 million spent to fight CAFE hike. Gates, Max // Automotive News;5/30/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5554, p51
Reports on finances of the Coalition for Vehicle Choice in Washington. Financial support from Ford Motor Co., General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Motors Corporation.
- Custom kits. // Automotive Industries;Dec94, Vol. 174 Issue 12, p21
Reports on the information kits sold by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG). Contents of the kits; Price.