For Jim Evans, 2005 is a year of unprecedented opportunity. As chairman of the American International Automobile Dealers Assn., Evans is putting on the full court press to accomplish four legislative objectives he outlined in a speech in early February. AIADA was focused on the election in 2004 and again will turn its attention to the congressional elections in 2006. But 2005 is a “year not clouded by fundraising and election-related issues,” says Evans. “We can focus on the legislative ...
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