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Colliver to Deliver Keynote Address at NADA 2007 Convention

October 6, 2006

McLean, Va.—Richard E. Colliver, executive vice president of American Honda Motor Co. Inc., will give the keynote speech at the National Automobile Dealers Association’s (NADA) 90th Annual Convention and Expo in Las Vegas, February 3-6.

Colliver will present his views on the state and future of the industry and his company, as well as its relations with dealers, at the convention’s opening general session, on Saturday, Feb. 3.

Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric Co. will address the convention on Monday, Feb. 5, on what it takes to be a leader and will offer strategies for success.

Boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard, will speak at the general session on Saturday, Feb. 3, on how the life lessons he learned during 20 years in the ring apply in many ways to life and business.

New York City Fire Department Chief Richard Picciotto, will deliver his remarks at he inspirational session, Sunday, Feb. 4. He will speak on his experiences during September 11.

Registration for the NADA 2007 Convention & Exposition is open at www.nada.org/convention. Visit the site for more information, including a registration form, hotel list and searchable listing of exhibitors.

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