Karl Rove, Howard Dean to face off at 2016 NADA Convention

UKarl Rove, Howard Dean to face off at 2016 NADA Convention

Popular political pundits, Karl Rove and Howard Dean, should offer a lively

political debate as they face off with their polar opposite opinions at the NADA Convention next Spring. With America heading into the stretch for the 2016 election, at that time, Rove and Dean will speak in a panel setting with incoming NADA Chairman Jeff Carlson, moderated by Mike Allen, Politicoês chief White House correspondent. Rove is former deputy chief of staff to President George W. Bush, and Dean is former governor of Vermont and former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

NADAês Convention has moved from its longtime late January/early February timeframe to March 31through April 3. Industry leaders and WANADA members who were conflicted this year with the NADA Convention occurring at the same time as The Washington Auto Show

wonêt have that problem in 2016 with the Auto Show remaining in its late January dates.

Other general session presenters at the NADA Convention in Las Vegas, next Spring will be standup comic Jeff Foxworthy (Friday, April 1) and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (Sunday, April 3).

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