NADA elects Starling as its vice chairman

Alan Starling, a General Motors dealer who helped shepherd Oldsmobile dealers through the phase-out of their make, has been elected the 2002 vice chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association.

Starling, 53, president of Holiday Chevrolet-Oldsmobile in St. Cloud, Fla., is NADA's Florida director and chairman of the NADA industry relations com--mittee.

As vice chairman, Starling is in line to be the next chairman.

As expected, NADA's vice chairman, H. Carter Myers III, was elected chairman of the association at an NADA board meeting Oct. 15-17.

Myers, 59, is pre-sident and CEO of Colonial Auto Center in Charlottesville, Va., and Colonial Honda- Daewoo in Petersburg, Va.

He is NADA's Virginia director and a past president of the Virginia Automobile Dealers Association.

Myers and Starling will assume office Jan. 28 at NADA's convention in New Orleans.

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