The ADAGP is happy to provide the following services to its Dealer Members:
What is the Career Portal? Check out this introductory video to find out!
Visit the Career Portal at careers.morethanautodealers.com!
Find a Technician
Are you looking for a new technician for your dealership’s service department? The Career Portal will soon be your go-to destination for finding new techs! In the meantime, the following contacts would be happy to connect you with graduates of their respective automotive technician training programs:
Contact: Trish Devine
Phone: (215) 259-1900
ATC Employer Registration Form
Community College of Philadelphia
Contact: William March
Phone: (267) 299-5876
Contact: Emily Matthews
Phone: (215) 335-0800 x.40508
Universal Technical Institute
Contact: Jaqui Arcidiacono
Phone: (610) 646-8706
Manufacturer Programs Offered:
Ford Accelerated Credential Training (FACT)
Toyota Professional Automotive Technician (TPAT)
Employment Law Advice – Fisher Phillips, LLP Matt Simpson, Esq. – (404) 240-4221; email@example.com
Matt is on retainer to provide year-round counsel to Dealer Members on employment issues. Printed employment application forms are available to Dealer Members through the ADAGP office. To stay up-to-date with important legal developments that may be relevant to your dealerships, click here to subscribe to the Fisher Phillips quarterly newsletter Dealership Update.
Our colleagues with the Pennsylvania Automotive Association (PAA) and PennDOT have a branch office on the first floor of the ADAGP headquarters, allowing Dealer Members to travel to East Norriton instead of Harrisburg for their title work (get directions). Hours of operation are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. For more information, please contact Jennifer Kearney at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 242-3745.
The Greater Philadelphia Auto Dealers Political Action Committee (GPAD-PAC)
We see government influence in all levels of the automotive industry, particularly in today’s landscape. With that said, the ADAGP has developed and maintained a Political Action Committee to assist Dealer Members with legislative matters affecting the Southeastern Pennsylvania region. GPAD-PAC monitors all City of Philadelphia political activities that affect the automotive industry. Proceedings in local, regional, state and national legislative chambers are closely watched in cooperative effort with Pennsylvania Automotive Association (PAA) and National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA).