EV Chargers in the Woods

By: Tim Plouff Medway, Maine is a quiet town of less than 1,400 residents. Resting at the confluence of the East and West Branches of the wild Penobscot River, the lumbering heydays of the early 1800’s—when the region had immense log-drives, multiple sawmills, and once the largest paper mill in the world—have long since passed. […]

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Ford F150 Built For America

Tim Stone, Chief Financial Officer, Ford Motor Company and Brian Bell, Ford F-150 Marketing Manager took the time to present to NEMPA on Thursday, September 17 to talk about Ford’s Built for America Campaign and the new F-150. The replay of the Ford NEMPA Zoom Meeting can be found here. After the Zoom presentation, NEMPA […]

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Coming Together Through Covid: NEMPA Looks Ahead to a Better Autumn

Clifford AtiyehVice President, New England Motor Press Association It’s getting better. We’re not yet through the strangle of coronavirus or its continuing effects on the automotive industry, but we are making the best of it. In March well into April, when everything was a “no”— auto shows, car production, car sales, events, meetings, offices, global […]

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NEMPA Hosts First Ragtop Road Rally

Lisa Brock NEMPA has been putting on the Ragtop Ramble for more than 20 years. This two-day event typically starts with a Boston Harbor cruise the night before and culminates with a drive from the Larz Anderson Automotive Museum all the way to the Colony Hotel in Kennebunkport, Maine. It’s a taste of New England […]

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