“I’m especially honored because this award typically is presented to executives of the nation’s leading automotive manufacturers and supply chain companies,” says Jackson
Denver—Automotive News has named Tim Jackson an “All Star” in the public policy category. Jackson serves as president/CEO of the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association (CADA). The announcement was made on Wednesday.
“This came as a complete surprise and I’m deeply honored,” Jackson said. “I’m especially honored because this award typically is presented to executives of the nation’s leading automotive manufacturers and supply chain companies. Our public policy work at CADA is a team effort and is successful because of the dedicated volunteers and leadership of our actively engaged members who represent new vehicle dealers across Colorado.”
CADA is the trade association for 400 new car, truck, RV and motorcycle dealers across the state. As the chief staff officer of CADA, Jackson advocates for issues of importance to franchised new car dealers, business issues in general and the public’s Freedom to Drive and right to buy their vehicle of choice.
CADA provides training and education, legislative and regulatory advocacy, member services and legal compliance support for Colorado’s new car dealers. Prior to joining CADA in 2004, Jackson served as state director for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), small business advocacy organization, with 600,000 members nationally.