John McEleney: NADA
John McEleney: NADA
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|Title||John McEleney: NADA|
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John McEleney is a life-long resident of Clinton, Iowa, located along the Mississippi River. After receiving a degree in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame, he joined the McEleney automotive organization and has served in numerous operational capacities. McEleney became dealer operator of the General Motors dealership in 1976 at age 24 and is currently President of McEleney Autocenter, Inc., Clinton, Iowa and McEleney Autoplex, Inc., Iowa City, Iowa. The franchises held by these organizations include Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, GMC, Cadillac, Toyota and Hyundai. McEleney has served on numerous civic boards including Trustee and Vice Chairman of Mt. St. Clare College, Director of Citizen's First Bank, Director of Paul B. Sharar Foundation of Clinton Community College and past President of Clinton Rotary Club. In addition, McEleney is a past chariman of the Iowa Automobile Dealers Association and he has served on numerous National Dealer Councils for General Motors and Chrysler, including a term as the Chairman of the Pontiac National Dealer Council, and service on the GM Policy Board. In 2003 McEleney was elected to the NADA Board of Directors representing the State of Iowa. McEleney has served on several NADA committees, including: Government Relations Committee; Public Affairs Committee; NADA Executive Committee; NADA Guidebook Company Board of Directors; NADA Insurance Board of Trustees; and Industry Relations Committee. McEleney is married and has two grown children who represent the fourth generation of the business. The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), founded in 1917 and based in McLean, Va., represents about 19,700 new car and truck dealers holding more than 40,000 separate franchises, both domestic and international.
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