GNYADA January 2015 Newsletter

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Warren Buffett, the world’s most famous investor, will keynote at this year’s NADA, J.D. Power, and New York International Automobile Show Automotive Forum on March 31 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Manhattan. Buffett is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. The one-day event brings together leaders from OEMs, suppliers, and the media to discuss how industry and economic conditions will shape the future. “Having recently agreed to buy the Van Tuyl Group, the largest privately owned auto dealership group in the U.S. and stat- ing that he fully expects to buy a lot more dealerships over time, Warren Buffett is our industry’s most high-profile dealer. Nobody in the auto industry should miss his remarks at this year’s Forum,” said GNYADA Chairman Bob Vail. In addition to Buffett, the Automotive Forum will offer a mixture of keynote addresses and panel discussions. Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen, IHS Chief Economist Nariman Behravesh, and CNBC Squawk Box Co-anchor Becky Quick are just some of the industry experts who will go beyond the headlines and explore how recent developments will impact all aspects of the auto industry.

JANUARY 2015 Volume 25, Issue 1 HIGHLIGHTS

New Rules for NY Businesses page 2 Neale Kuperman Sworn in as NADA Treasurer page 3 NLRB Approves Quickie Union Election Process page 4 GNYADA Dealers Collect Over 4,500 Coats page 6 DCA Agrees to Another Subpoena Extension page 9 The Newsletter is published by GNYADA, a not-for-profit organization representing franchised automobile dealers in the New York metro area. 18-10 Whitestone Expressway Whitestone, New York 11357

Show, J.D. Power, and NADA invite you to become a part of the 2015 Automotive Forum in New York City on Tuesday, March 31. Registration for the 2015 Automotive Forum is now open! Early-bird registration is open though February 6 and costs $495. After that, registration will run $595. All registrations include access to NYIAS’ Press Preview days. Visit automotive-forum-registration .

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