ASB Joins CNCDA as Associate Member

American Solutions for Business has joined the California New Car Dealers Association as an Associate Member. California is ASB’s strongest market in terms of number of Automotive customers as well as sales. ASB offers forms specifically designed to help keep CA dealerships compliant with State and Federal law. This membership gives ASB access to CNCDA’s compliance assets, monthly bulletins and various events. It also helps increase ASB’s visibility in the market.

“By utilizing CNCDA’s resources and materials, we are able to offer our California customers quality, compliant forms and goods. By keeping up with publications and events, we can ensure we have our finger on the pulse of our strongest automotive market,” said Christine Fischer, ASB Director of Automotive Programs.

For more than 95 years, CNCDA has represented the interests of California’s franchised new car dealers.  CNCDA members are primarily engaged in the retail sale and lease of new and used motor vehicles, but also provide customers with automotive products, parts, service and repair.  Our members sold more than 2 million new cars and trucks in 2017 and employ more than 140,000 Californians, significantly contributing to our state’s economy.  As the nation’s largest state association of franchised new car and truck dealers—with nearly 1,200 members—CNCDA serves its members by providing legal compliance and legislative, regulatory and legal advocacy.

To learn more about American Solutions for Business, visit http://www.americanbus.com.

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