Community Outreach

Maryland Automobile Dealers Association Community Outreach

Teacher of the Year

For the past 17 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, and 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 the MADA, on behalf of all of our members.

Picture Information - 2017-2018 Maryland Teacher of the Year, Josh Carroll, of South River High School in Anne Arundel County thanks the dealers at the 2018 Annual Meeting. MADA Chairman, Marc Cohen, Group One Automotive, awarded Josh with a brand-new vehicle.

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  • Maryland Teacher of the Year - For the past 17 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.
    • Picture Info – 2017-2018 MD Teacher of the Year, Josh Carroll, of South River High School in Anne Arundel County, was awarded with a new Mini Cooper by MADA Chairman, Marc Cohen
  • National Automotive Technology Competition - The Maryland Automobile Dealers Association was proud to sponsor two students from Parkside High School in the 2018 NATC, held at the New York International Auto Show in Manhattan. The Association sponsors students to compete every year, please contact Ethel Biensach if you are interested in getting involved or need more information.
    • Picture Info - Tyler Blanc & Josh West placed in a highly competitive national field made up of 30 teams from across the country.
  • Baltimore Auto Show - People from across the state attended and enjoyed the 2018 Baltimore Motor Trend International Auto Show which ran from February 8-11th. As usual, the show offered a wide range of vehicles and popular manufacturers. At the show, visitors could test drive nearly 40 different models, see some car models still in development, and check out 500 new vehicles.

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