AAPEX 2022 kicked off Nov. 1 with a keynote discussion between political icon, James Carville, and political strategist, Karl Rove, who provided their points and counterpoints on this year’s midterm elections. The discussion was moderated by Ann Wilson, senior vice president of government affairs, Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), and Lisa Foshee, senior vice
Tire Review reached out to Rep. Scott Perry (R-Penn.) to gain his insights on coronavirus legislation, as well as issues affecting the automotive industry in an election year.
Tire Review reached out to Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) to gain insights on coronavirus legislation, as well as issues affecting the automotive industry in an election year.
In a letter published Aug. 20, Goodyear’s CEO says the viral photo was not approved or distributed by Goodyear Corporate and reaffirmed the company’s support of diversity and law enforcement.
A bill that would repeal Missouri’s vehicle safety inspection program is going to the state’s full House of Representatives for consideration.
Retread Instead met with industry leaders informing them of legislative issues that would affect retreaders and their business.
Retread Instead has launched its Dear U.S. Senator Letter Campaign to educate and inform U.S. senators of issues related to the industry.
Ninety-seven years ago in October 1920, a small group of independent tire dealers got together and decided that the time had come to form a national association. With the accelerated growth of the auto industry, tire dealers nationwide realized they needed their business interests fostered and protected.
And as a tire dealer, you have far more political expertise and influence than you may realize. From serving on boards and councils locally to speaking on industry issues before the House and Senate – even running for office – tire dealers have a reputation for getting involved.