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American Association of Advertising Agencies , Inc.

1065 Ave of The Amer # 16

New York City, New York 10018

United States

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The AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of ADVERTISING AGENCIES is the national trade association of the advertising agency business. The 1,196 member agency offices it serves in the U.S. employ 65,000 people, offer a wide range of marketing communications services, and ... more

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Executive Director

Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo


National Advisory Council Member
Export Council of Australia

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Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association [cached]

AAAA Executive Director Stuart Charity said the Expo will be the industry highlight in 2011.

"Trade visitors to the 2011 Australian Automotive Aftermarket Expo will enjoy a feast of displays offering leading edge technology in diagnostic and repair equipment driven by sophisticated electronics, the latest workshop tools and equipment, and state of the art replacement parts and consumable products from all major manufacturers and resellers," he said.
International standard displays
"The industry has really embraced this show. Exhibition space is now sold out and the quality of the displays will be of international standard. Enthusiastic response to this Expo reflects the great confidence the world's suppliers have in the Australian industry," Mr Charity said.
"For workshop owners and managers wanting an update on high-tech workshop equipment, this show will deliver to trade visitors an international who's who of accessories, parts and tool suppliers," said Stuart Charity. "Thousands of product lines will be presented by an A to Z list of manufacturers and by the leading national resellers.
"In addition, the 10 percent of the exhibition space devoted to international companies will include over 100 companies representing China, Taiwan, Thailand, and the United States," he said.
"With such a diversity of industry exhibits, the Choice of Repairer Seminars, and the Collision Repair Expo co-located next door, Australian Automotive Aftermarket Expo visitors will benefit from a great variety of inputs to help improve the performance of their businesses," Mr Charity said.
Your businesses will benefit from the increased knowledge, the opportunity to source new products and to chance to negotiate deals that will put your business ahead of the guy around the corner," Mr Charity said.

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association [cached]

Stuart Charity, Executive Director, AAAA said 'this is a significant result for industry. Our members had highlighted grave concerns relating to this policy introduction.

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association [cached]

AAAA Executive Director Stuart Charity said the Gillard Government scheme is ill conceived, open to rorting and abuse and will cost jobs while delivering no tangible benefit to the environment.

"This is another pink batts debacle waiting to happen, but this one is on wheels," Mr Charity said.
However, the true culprits are gross polluters - vehicles of any model year that are poorly maintained," Mr Charity said.
Mr Charity challenged.
Costly to the automotive industry
Mr Charity said the automotive aftermarket industry was not consulted by government prior to announcing the scheme.
"The Government must understand that the automotive aftermarket that services and maintains much of the Australian vehicle fleet employs more than 300,000 people and contributes about $11 billion to the local economy. Many of these are Australian family owned businesses and this scheme will cost jobs," he said.
It is ironic that this costly plan, which will damage small business and destroy automotive industry jobs, is to be implemented by the same department charged with creating jobs in the industry," Mr Charity said.
No win for taxpayers or the environment
Mr Charity said only car importers and their dealers benefit from this scheme. "These businesses do not need taxpayer funded incentives to boost car sales. Year to date vehicle sales in Australia are up 14.5 percent on 2009," he said.
"This scheme has no redeeming features and it should be scrapped," Mr Charity said.

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association [cached]

Stuart Charity Executive Director Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association Ltd Phone: - Facsimile: -

Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association [cached]

Stuart Charity Executive Director Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association Ltd Phone: (03) 9545 3333 Facsimile: (03) 9545 3355

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