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As the representative body for our members, new car and truck dealers in Maryland and the businesses that support them, the Maryland Automobile Dealers Association [MADA] is proud to be involved in several key partnerships.
Maryland Teacher of the Year Program
For the past 15 years, MADA has served as a proud supporter of the Maryland Teacher of the Year Program. The Association hosts the annual Teacher of the Year Luncheon. We also serve as a primary sponsor of the Maryland Teacher of the Year Awards Gala which is held each year in October. During this event, the winning teacher of the year is awarded a brand-new automobile which is provided by MADA on behalf of all of our members.
2015-2016 Maryland Teacher of the Year, Ryan Kaiser, of The Mount Washington School in Baltimore City accepts the keys to his new Hyundai Tucson from former MADA Chairman, JP Bishop, of Bob Bell Automotive.
R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
The R Adams Cowley Shock Trauam Center is an annual recipient of MADA charitable funds. MADA will also arrange for donations through our dealer members.
MADA Dealer member, John Miller of Miller Brothers Chevrolet Cadillac, presents a check to respresenttaives of the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center.
CPR Training Unit Donations
In conjunction with its dealership members, MADA donates CPR training devices to area fire stations, EMS squads, and other charitable organizations. The devices are provided through a partnership with the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation. Since 1975, the Foundation has distributed over 4,800 training units with a value of $3 million in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. To date, over 2 million people have received training using these devices. Local organizations may apply for a CPR device by contacting Katie Guroian at MADA, 410.269.1710.
MADA Chairman, JP Bishop (L), donates $1,000 and a Little Anne AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Training System to members of the Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Company, Inc.