The Dallas Fort Worth Metropolitan New Car Dealers Association (DFW NCDA) is a trade association that is comprised of approximately 200 franchised new car dealerships in 11 North Texas counties that represent more than $10 billion in new and used car sales annually.
The Delaware Automobile and Truck Dealers' Association, Inc. (DATDA) was founded in 1920. The Association and its dealer members are committed to highly ethical and consumer-friendly business practices. DATDA is a non-profit organization which serves as a networking source for its members in keeping them abreast of the legislative issues impacting the auto industry.
Founded in 1907 by a group of five Detroit-area auto dealers after they hosted the very first Detroit Auto Show in the same year. Today, the DADA membership includes 202 new-vehicle dealers who own 206 dealerships-selling 40 different vehicle lines in 72 cities throughout the greater Detroit area.
Incorporated in 1980, ENYCAR represents 78 new car franchised dealers and about 65 affiliated businesses in and around the Capital Region of New York, in thirteen counties. The Association provides education, advocacy, auto shows and regulatory compliance assistance, including an award-winning, in-house OSHA compliance program, which is included in dues.
GADA has more than 500 dealer members who represent more than 90% of the new vehicles sold in Georgia. GADA provides a strong lobbying voice for dealers, and in partnership with its subsidiary, GADA Services, Inc., GADA offers title services, business forms, informative industry publications, and education webinars and seminars.
Founded in 1953, the Greater Louisville Automobile Dealers Association, primary function was to provide an Auto Show to the public. Today, GLADA has diversified to provide additional dealer services to include: a workers compensation fund, group purchasing co-operative, Auto Show, employee training and currently establishing an Associates degree program for Auto Technicians with the local community college.
The New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers (NJ CAR) was founded in 1918 and is a non-profit organization serving more than 515 franchised new car and truck retailers throughout New Jersey. NJ CAR keeps its members informed on a variety of business matters, practices, trends, legislation, and works to ensure all members are educated regarding what is required to achieve regulatory compliance.
Since 1932 the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association has served as a political, economic, and educational association created for Ohio dealers, by Ohio dealers, and still managed by Ohio dealers. The OADA's job is to protect the interests and increase the value of automotive dealerships throughout the state. Regardless of dealership size or locale, the OADA strives to enhance its dealers to be the strongest dealers in the nation.
Founded in 1937, the South Carolina Automobile Dealers Association is the only statewide lobbying force in SC dedicated to the economic and political interests of the owners of automobiles and the Dealers of new cars and trucks.
KADA is a political, economic, and educational state trade association for Kansas licensed motor vehicle dealers. KADA’s services include industry communications and alerts, legislative representation, legal support, training and educational programs, and a variety of business services.
WVATDA was formed in 1933 to protect the interest of the franchised dealers. This continues to be our major thrust, through legislation and positive relationships with the manufacturers. Recognizing that the franchised dealers are the leading industry for economic, community and future continuations of the free enterprise system. Working to ensure that the consumers will always have a trusted establishment to provide their transportation needs.
Since 1929 Wisconsin Automobile & Truck Dealers Association (WATDA) has been dedicated to serving the car and truck dealers' needs in Wisconsin. United through membership in WATDA, members seek to achieve through "one voice" that which is impossible or too expensive to achieve alone.
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