At its annual awards dinner, held on May 29 at the MIT Media Lab and sponsored by AAA of Southern New England, Chrysler and Nissan, NEMPA honored remarkable three individuals for their contributions to the automotive industry and awarded trophies to 17 outstanding vehicles.
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The 2014 NEMPA/MIT Technology Conference—the fourth in our annual series of discussions of leading-edge automotive issues by panels of experts—will take place on Thursday, May 29, at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Courtesy once again of the Ford Motor Company, NEMPA members gathered on Thursday evening (January 16) for the traditional Boston auto show dinner in John Henry’s suite at fabled Fenway Park. Shiny table decoration No. 3 was on tour somewhere in Red Sox Nation.
With temperatures breaking 90 degrees even along the Maine coast, it was almost too warm to put the tops down, but NEMPA’s 16th annual Ragtop Ramble & Crustacean Crawl, July 17-18, drew some 60 members and guests, traveling in at least 32 cars, two vans and one boat. Happiness reigned. Photos by Bill Griffith, George Kennedy, […]
Part of last year’s fleet, lined up at the Larz Anderson Museum near Boston and awaiting drivers. Our signature event drew record attendance in both cars and people in 2012. NEMPA members, don’t be left out! The annual Ragtop Ramble & Crustacean Crawl will take place on July 18 and kick off with the Boston Harbor dinner […]
Online registration for the NEMPA-MIT conference—Mass vs. Efficiency: Hitting the Automotive Sweet Spot—and the annual awards dinner, both on May 9, is now open