Lee Kadrich

Executive Director at Automotive Parts and Accessories Association

Location:
33 3rd Ave SW, Cairo, Georgia, United States
Company:
Automotive Parts and Accessories Association
HQ Phone:
(229) 377-1010
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Last Updated 3/25/2013

General Information

Education

bachelor's of arts degree  - political science , University of Wisconsin

Affiliations

Vice President, Government Affairs and International Trade  - Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Inc

Executive Director  - Heavy Duty Distribution Association

Web References  

http://centralauto.ca/wordpress/?tag=vice

Lee Kadrich retires from AAIA
Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 AAP vice president, government affairs and trade for the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), Lee Kadrich, has retired after 29 years. Tags: aaia, AAP, automotive aftermarket, government, government affairs, Lee Kadrich, president, vice, vice president Lee Kadrich retires from AAIA Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 AAP vice president, government affairs and trade for the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), Lee Kadrich, has retired after 29 years. Tags: aaia, AAP, automotive aftermarket, government, government affairs, Lee Kadrich, president, vice, vice president

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http://www.goauto.com.au/mellor/mellor.nsf/story2/A56818B4EFE4C0F0CA25788E0027CABA

A former vice president of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, Lee Kadrich, will be the keynote speaker on the subject at the show this week.
Mr Kadrich said yesterday that the American industry was "moving the ball state to state" on the matter, with Massachusetts state legislators set to vote on the issue next month, and moves afoot to introduce a similar bill in Oregon. He said the US aftermarket industry hoped that if sufficient states passed legislation to mandate access to the information from original equipment manufacturers, the US congress would eventually follow suit. Mr Kadrich said independent repairers in the US had also started a public campaign with "yard signs" asking car owners if they had "asked your congressmen about your right to repair".

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