The Mississippi Automobile Dealers Association has endorsed Michael Guest for the U.S. House of Representatives.
The 3rd congressional district candidate came to the MADA office to meet with leadership from the Association. This was the first official meeting with Michael so it was great opportunity for him to hear firsthand issues important to franchise automobile dealers.
“MADA is proud to endorse Michael because he is the best candidate to represent Mississippi’s 3 rdCongressional District.” “Michael’s commitment to focus on job creation and removing regulations crippling businesses is important to our state”, said Marty Milstead, MADA President.
“Michael certainly understands the important role franchised automobile dealers play in the communities we serve.” “With his background and work ethic there is no doubt Michael is the right man for the job and will represent Mississippi very well” he said.
“I’m very honored to have the endorsement of the Mississippi Automobile Dealers Association,” said Michael Guest. “They are helping grow our economy, and they share my principles of free markets, lower taxes and fewer regulations to create more jobs and opportunities in our state and across America.”
MADA presented Michael with a NADA Auto PAC check during the meeting. “I appreciate all of the MADA members who support the PAC because it enables our Association to support candidates who appreciate the unique contribution automobile dealers make to our country, state, and communities,” said Roger Bacon, PAC Chairman.
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