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This profile was last updated on 8/22/09  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Frank Hampshire

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Employment History


  • MBA
    Duke University's Fuqua School of Business
  • B.A. , psychology
    University of New Hampshire
  • M.A. , experimental psychology and biomedical engineering
  • bachelor's degree , psychology
    University of New Hampshire
  • master's degree , experimental psychology and biomedical engineering
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About MEMA, 22 Aug 2009 [cached]
Frank Hampshire Phone:919-406-8812
Frank Hampshire Phone:919-406-8812
Frank Hampshire International Research Phone:919-406-8812
Frank Hampshire Market Research Phone:919-406-8812
Frank Hampshire Phone:919-406-8812
Frank Hampshire Research Phone:919-406-8812
Frank Hampshire Statistical Programs Phone:919-406-8812
Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association, 19 Oct 2012 [cached]
Frank Hampshire Senior Director of Market Research Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA)
Hampshire joined MEMA in 1992 as director of market research. Under his direction, the association expanded its aftermarket and heavy duty market research and broadened its analysis of the original equipment sector. The research department offers product-line reporting and bench-marking programs, allow members to measure their products and services against the marketplace while maintaining confidentiality. MEMA and its market segment associations also publish several unique market research publications, such as Replacement Rates of Automotive Parts, Automotive Aftermarket Status Report , Heavy Duty Truck Maintenance in the U.S.A. and the quarterly newsletter, Market Research.
Prior to joining MEMA, he was Manager of Forecasting and Strategic Planning for AlliedSignal Automotive, and served as a consultant on a variety of automotive projects ranging from new product introduction to the marketing of remanufactured motor vehicle parts. Frank received a BA in psychology from the University of New Hampshire , and his MBA from Duke University 's Fuqua School of Business. He has also earned a Masters of Arts degree in experimental psychology and biomedical engineering. While a graduate student, he was employed by the US EPA, conducting research in behavioral toxicology, and completed an internship in strategic marketing with Xerox Corporation. Besides his education and business experience, Frank was an active duty helicopter pilot and aircraft commander in the U.S. Army and in the Army National Guard. His military awards include the Bronze Star and sixteen Air Medals.
AASA Contact Us, 31 Dec 2010 [cached]
Frank Hampshire Senior Director, Research Phone:919-406-8812
Use of Air Conditioning in Your Vehicle Saves Fuel Compared to Open Windows, Says AASA - Auto News from August 10, 2004, 10 Aug 2004 [cached]
With the windows closed on the highway, the vehicle's aerodynamics are improved as there is less drag on the vehicle, according to Frank Hampshire, AASA director of market research.He noted that studies by Volvo and other automakers have shown that a cooler, drier and quieter cabin can reduce fatigue on longer trips and help a driver stay alert and relaxed for a longer period of time.
"In city driving, you will see a slight fuel economy advantage by opening your windows, but the use of air conditioning at higher speeds can produce a fuel savings," Hampshire said."There are other ways to improve your fuel efficiency with the top advice clearly being to have your vehicle serviced regularly and driving wisely."
Some consumers with malfunctioning car air conditioners may opt to roll the windows down rather than make repairs, but that's a false economy, Hampshire noted."The fuel efficiency savings may not be enough to pay for the repair of a non-functioning air conditioner.However, for motorists with malfunctioning systems who have decided to endure the heat, fuel savings make air conditioner system repair worth considering," he said.
According to Frank ..., 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
According to Frank Hampshire, AASA senior director of research, AASA uses the "Survey Cost Method" to calculate the size of the industry."This method involves multiplying the number of vehicles on the road for each model year by a survey-derived estimate of service and repair dollars spent on vehicles by model year," Hampshire explained.
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