WASHINGTON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema met with Arizona car dealers and the President of the Arizona Automobile Dealers Association (AADA) to receive an update on the industry and discuss her efforts fueling a healthy economy where all Arizonans can thrive.
“Arizona small businesses, like car dealerships, fuel our state’s economy. That’s why I’ll continue advancing pro-growth policies and cutting harmful red tape so Arizonans and small businesses have the economic freedom to thrive,” said Sinema.
Sinema discussed a host of challenges and opportunities facing the automobile industry in Arizona and across the country – including solving supply chain disruptions, the rise in catalytic converter theft, and proposals in Congress. The Senator discussed ways she can support the industry to create and expand economic opportunities in Arizona.
Established in 1939, the AADA, is a trade association representing the new franchised car and truck dealerships in Arizona. AADA’s number one priority is to provide its members with the tools needed to conduct a fair and honest establishment geared towards supporting its consumers and the community they serve.