The NADA Show in Las Vegas did not disappoint. From country music to cocktails to puppies, there was a little something for everyone.
Letting loose at NADA
General Motors CEO Mary Barra said working with dealers is important "because you're the person [who] has that relationship with that customer."
Country music group Lady Antebellum entertains at Ally Financial's party at the Palms Casino Resort.
Susan Moffitt, left, of Porsche Shreveport in Louisiana, accepts the Time Dealer of the Year award from Time magazine and Ally Financial, with her daughter, Lauren Henson.
Subaru of America President Tom Doll, right, greets dealer Wally Sommer at the Subaru reception's "puppy cuddling station," where puppies were available for adoption.
National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers President Fernando Varela, right, chats with 2019 NADA Chairman Charlie Gilchrist during NAMAD's reception at the Encore Resort.
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