The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) today commemorated the inaugural Auto Dealers Day, a significant milestone in the automotive retailing world. The apex body of the dealers marked this occasion by emphasising a strong sense of community and reaffirming the industry’s commitment to sustainability. September 19th, chosen as Auto Dealers Day, aligns with the foundation day of the FADA, recognising the vital role of auto dealerships in driving economic growth and advancing sustainability within the industry. On this occasion, auto dealerships nationwide participated in tree-planting initiatives, reinforcing the association's dedication to a greener future.
Manish Raj Singhania, President, FADA, said, “To mark this landmark occasion, more than 15,000 dealerships have engaged in planting saplings at over 27,000 outlets nationwide, spanning various automotive segments such as passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, and 2- & 3-wheelers. This collective effort serves as a tangible expression of our unwavering commitment to a cleaner, greener and more sustainable future. Together, we aim to effect meaningful change and leave an enduring imprint on the automotive retail ecosystem.”
During its 5th Auto Retail Conclave, the association unveiled the Auto Dealers Day Logo, adding a unique significance to this celebratory event. This distinct logo symbolises the association’s dedication to a sustainable future in the automotive industry, capturing the true essence of Auto Dealers Day.