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IARA Web Site Seeks to Assist and Educate Remarketers

December 11, 2001

The Web site of the International Automotive Remarketers Alliance (IARA), at, seeks to assist and educate current and potential members of the International Automotive Remarketers Alliance (IARA) with information regarding the remarketing industry.One the site, the IARA’s mission is “to assist, educate, and share knowledge with one another and our industry partners, so that each member may be empowered to achieve the fullest efficiency and most continued improvement attainable in the commerce of selling vehicles through the marketplace.”The site provides, among other things, goals of the organization for 2002; the IARA working committees established at the recent meeting during NAAA convention in San Francisco on Oct. 4, 2001; a “Letter from IARA’s President” by current President David Langley; and the latest remarketing industry news.The next quarterly meeting of IARA will be held in conjunction with Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR) 2002 on April 14, 2002, in Chicago. Members will be attending and participating in the Independent Auto Auction Conference, scheduled for Saturday, April 13, at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago.In November 2001, the Web site had 225 unique visitors. The headquarters for IARA is 5155 W. Rosecrans Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90250, (310) 545-5227, fax: (310) 796-4591, e-mail: [email protected]
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