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William Clay Ford to Address NADA's 2003 Annual Convention

July 30, 2002

William Clay Ford, president and CEO of Ford Motor Co., will be the keynote speaker at the National Automobile Dealers Association's (NADA) 86th Annual Convention and Exposition, in San Francisco, Feb. 1-4, 2003.

Ford will present his views on the future of his company and its relations with dealers at the convention's opening general session on Saturday, Feb. 1.

"William Clay Ford clearly recognizes the importance of a strong working partnership with dealers," said H. Carter Myers III, NADA chairman. "We're very pleased that he'll be on hand to share his insights into that relationship and the overall direction of the Ford Motor Company."

The great-grandson of Ford Motor Co. founder Henry Ford, William Clay Ford took over as CEO in October last year after serving two years as chairman. In his 23 years with Ford, he has held a variety of positions in manufacturing, sales, marketing, product development and finance.

Additional convention information, including a registration form, hotel list and searchable listing of exhibitors, will be available soon at www.nada.org.

About NADA

The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) represents more than 19,400 domestic and important new-car and -truck dealers holding nearly 40,000 separate franchises.

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