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CADA SPeakers AvailablE For Local Group Events and TO EducatE the Public
CADA is ramping up to roll out information that can be used community-by-community and can provide local presentations at your community service groups, including: Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis Clubs, Lions Clubs, Optimist Clubs, rtoma, Exchange Clubs, local Chambers of Commerce and other local civic, social, business, professional and service organizations. Topics available:
Automotive Technology Offers Consumer Choice, Cost-savings and Alternative Powerer
Congress and Colorado General Assembly – Review of recent legislative action and what it means to you, your business and Colorado’s economy
Colorado’s Small Business – Powering Colorado’s economy with job creation and growth
Auto Fuel Source – Emerging options to include Flex-Fuel (E-85), Hybrids, Clean Diesel, Hydrogen, Plug-in Electric
Colorado’s Constitution – Ease of change has brought on the opportunists and crazies! How the easiest to change state constitution has hurt Colorado’s future
On many auto industry topics, the public is receiving only part of the story through the mainstream press. CADA is here to help answer some of their questions on topics the press is covering, including:
Congress is considering tougher than reasonable increases in CAFÉ (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) standards, while state-by-state, legislators consider standards than are tougher than the national standards.
Colorado’s General Assembly, just off a session that provided huge incentives for development of renewable energy, is now considering tougher carbon emission standards than Congress has enacted nationally.
Without doubt, fuel price increases are changing the way consumers purchase vehicles. But is the consumer informed of the fundamental changes in technology and diverse fuel and power sources the automotive industry has already developed? Consumers, as they have done in every previous energy cost acceleration scenario, are moving toward industry-provided alternatives. Yet, the choices for consumers could become dramatically limited if Congress or the Colorado General Assembly overreach.
Speakers from CADA are ready to address all the topics and more! To schedule local presentations, please contact Tim Jackson, CADA President, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303.282.1448.