John Bozzella, a veteran auto industry executive, is the President and CEO of Global Automakers since 2014. In this episode of Beltway Talk, John sits down with AIADA's Hannah Oliver to discuss the challenges facing the auto industry in Washington, D.C., and the important work his association is doing to advance the interests of auto manufacturers inside the Beltway and across the nation.
With just days left before the 2018 midterms, Beltway talk host Hannah Oliver sat down with Rachel Robinson - Capitol Hill veteran and vice president of AIADA's government relations department - to find out what issues and candidates on the ballot will most impact dealers. One thing we know for sure: dealers must vote!
Sarah McKnight with AIADA partner Moss Adams knows taxes and the auto retail industry, so she was the perfect guest to help us develop our understanding of how recent changes to the U.S. tax code will impact dealers in the coming months. Moss Adams is one of the 15 largest public accounting firms in the United States and provides accounting, tax, and consulting services to public and private middle-market enterprises in many different industries.
Christopher Wenk sits down with Hannah Oliver to discuss his role as Vice President of Government Affairs in Kia's Washington, D.C., office, some of the challenges he sees facing dealers today, and the positive impact Kia has on the communities it touches.
AIADA Vice President of Government Relations Rachel Robinson explains how a 20 percent tariff on imported vehicles and vehicle parts could impact the United States auto industry - and why dealers should care.
Toyota's digital advocacy strategist for government affairs, Becca Steele, drops into the AIADA studios to discuss everything from her background on Capitol Hill to the best ways to make your legislators sit up and take notice of your messages on social media. Listen in for all the dos and don'ts of sharing your story online.
In the latest episode of Beltway Talk, AIADA Chairman Brad Strong breaks down how he maintains a relationship with his member of Congress, how he first got involved in AIADA, and some of his favorite sales memories.