Auto Services in Washington
Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Radios & Stereo Systems
Address: 3125 Simpson Ave, Hoquiam
Phone: (360) 532-6279
New Car Dealers, Used Car Dealers
Address: 2255 Carriage Loop SW, Tumwater
Phone: (360) 357-5517
Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Wheel Alignment-Frame & Axle Servicing-Automotive
Address: 315 S 2nd Ave, Selah
Phone: (877) 929-0874
Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Body Shop Equipment & Supply-Wholesale & Manufacturers
Address: 300 Willow Ln, Lyman
Phone: (360) 424-7184
New Car Dealers, Used Car Dealers
Address: 10500 Evergreen Way, Everett
Phone: (425) 347-5763
New Car Dealers
Address: 555 SW Grady Way, Covington
Phone: (425) 226-2775
Wed, 12 Mar 2014 14:15:00 EST
Sergio Marchionne will be buying fewer of his iconic sweaters, as his 2013 pay from Fiat took a dip from $6.24 million to an even $5 million. Marchionne, who was also CEO of Chrysler, made $307,989 thanks to some stocks and benefits from the American company, although he didn't take a salary. Of that $5 million paid by Fiat, $3.19 million came from Marchionne's fixed salary while the remaining $1.8 million was paid for hitting unspecified performance targets.
Tue, 04 Nov 2014 10:30:00 EST
The news comes from Fiat's compensation reports, which also showed that the 61-year-old, who already owned three million shares in Fiat at the end of 2013, was able to receive an additional 2.3 million shares through a stock incentive program. According to Automotive News Europe, the additional shares would be worth about $25 million at today's prices, although so far, Marchionne has declined to claim the extra shares.
According to ANE, Fiat reported a 2013 trading profit of $4.7 billion.
Chrysler launched its America's Import campaign with a splashy ad during the Super Bowl starring Bob Dylan and featuring a whole bunch of patriotic imagery that included Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, factory employees and, of course, the city of Detroit. Since then, the brand has followed the original spot with even more ads using the same tagline. Not everyone is pleased, it seems, including The Detroit Free Press auto critic Mark Phelan, who's fed up with the marketing. In an editorial for the newspaper, Phelan claims that it's insulting to the US auto industry and its workers.
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 09:31:00 EST
"The phrase 'America's import,' with its suggestion that 'import' equals 'better,' feels terribly dated, a relic of the 1980s. It's the rhetorical equivalent of hanging a pastel-hued 'Miami Vice' poster on your office wall," writes Phelan in the piece. Also, since some of the brand's cars are made in Canada, the line isn't even entirely true, he claims. Phelan goes on to praise the company's earlier Imported from Detroit commercials for getting the right message across and showing pride in the city.
While "America's Import" might be the tagline for Chrysler's ads, it's not the whole message. Subsequent ads keep the hard-working, patriotic imagery from the original Super Bowl spot but put a bigger emphasis on the Chrysler 200 that the commercials are meant to sell.
Want a chunk of the new Fiat Chrysler Automobiles? Shares of the newly joined (technically) Dutch automaker will begin trading on Monday on the New York Stock Exchange. The company itself will become a single entity on Sunday.
According to The Detroit Free Press, the new FCA will be the world's seventh largest company after Fiat shareholders' chance to oppose the merger expired on October 4. To prevent the merger, shareholders would have needed to exchange at least 500 million euros in shares for cash.
On Monday, current shareholders of both Fiat and Chrysler stock will see their shares converted into an equal number of FCA shares, the Freep reports.