History - NBADA was formally established in 1937 and is a voluntary not for profit organization of the majority of the new vehicle franchised dealers in the province. Approximately 90% of the new vehicle franchised dealers in New Brunswick are members. Membership in NBADA provides each dealer with automatic membership in the national organization, the Canadian Automobile Dealer's Association (CADA) which is located in Markham, Ontario. CADA is the national voice of new vehicle franchised dealers in Canada.
Purpose - To assist and protect its member dealers in those situations where their individual actions are ineffective and where collective, united action is required to bring about desirable results. The concept is a simple one...people working together can accomplish what one could not do alone. The 95 plus member dealers in New Brunswick, combined with the approximate 3400 additional dealers in the rest of Canada presents a credible, unified, strong voice with all levels of government (Municipal, Provincial and Federal), the automotive manufacturers and related industry groups such as insurance companies, financial institutions, etc.
Structure - The NBADA has a Board of Directors comprised of new vehicle dealers from across the Province. Directors' positions are represented by an elected regional director from the six geographic districts from across New Brunswick and an attempt is made to represent a variety of manufacturers. This is done to ensure complete provincial representation on the Board.
Annual Contributions -
New Brunswick dealers operate a multi-billion dollar retail industry.
The annual contributions of New Brunswick's New Vehicle Dealers
Automotive Industry and Clean Air ? John Clark Jr. made a presentaion to the Moncton Automobile Dealers? Association in Spring 2008
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