'The most death-defying experience' of Tim Kuniskis' lifeMay 22
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Kuniskis: Roadkill Nights events keep Dodge power in spotlightJuly 11, 2016
Not long ago, critics said Dodge was spinning its wheels as it struggled to find an identity amid a lineup that stretched from muscle cars to minivans. Now those spinning wheels - and the thick smoke they generate - are drawing tens of thousands of visitors as Dodge embraces its muscle-car heritage with successful experiential marketing events like Roadkill Nights.
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A 'fighting chance' for Fiat dealersMarch 14, 2016
During a two-hour session with dealers last week, Tim Kuniskis, head of passenger car brands for FCA North America, said the automaker would dramatically alter the way it supports its 206 U.S. Fiat dealerships.
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Fiat brand's goal: 'Bring traffic to the dealers'Jan. 25, 2016
The three men who run the struggling Fiat brand in North America say cheap fuel prices are only part of what's ailing the small-car marque, and that it is up to Fiat Chrysler -- not its dealers -- to fix the problem.
FCA shuffle could cut squabbles, find successorOct. 12, 2015
A shuffling of top executives last week leaves Fiat Chrysler with one champion for cars in the U.S. and another for pickups, crossovers and SUVs -- instead of multiple brands fighting for attention and limited marketing resources.
Fiat Chrysler management shuffle boosts Kuniskis, ManleyOct. 5, 2015
Fiat Chrysler has shuffled its North American upper management, giving more responsibility and brands to Dodge boss Tim Kuniskis and Jeep head Mike Manley. North American sales chief Reid Bigland also gets a larger role, taking over fleet sales.
Amid sales decline, Dodge boss sees a plan coming togetherAug. 22, 2015
With Dodge's U.S. sales off 16 percent this year in a rising overall market, you could argue brand chief Tim Kuniskis should be worried. Yet standing in a parking lot with 10,000 fellow gearheads this month, Kuniskis looked around and saw a brand strategy that is coming together nicely.