- Represents new vehicle dealerships in Connecticut
- Supports legislative advocacy and community
- Members receive access to educational seminars and other benefits
Automotive retailers are a major component of Connecticut’s retail economy, accounting for more than 14,000 jobs (and a comparable number of indirect jobs) and over $10 billion in annual sales. The Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association, founded in 1921, represents new vehicle dealerships in the state. It participates in legislative advocacy while also supporting community initiatives and offering resources to its members.
Who’s it for?
Auto dealerships selling new vehicles