Today, international auto employees from across the country led a ‘Drive-In’ in Washington, D.C., to voice concerns over the proposed Section 232 tariffs on auto and auto parts imports. More than one hundred international auto employees pulled up to the U.S. Capitol in a caravan of American made vehicles and were joined by Members of Congress from high auto-production states: Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-GA), Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) and Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (R-IN).
American auto workers from across the country, along with Senator Doug Jones (D-AL), Congressman Drew Ferguson (R- GA) and Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (R-IN), will be holding a ‘Drive-In’ to showcase how tariffs will negatively impact U.S. auto manufacturing.
Global Automakers President and CEO John Bozzella’s testimony in connection with the Section 232 Investigation to Determine the Effects on U.S. National Security of Imports of Automobiles and Automotive Parts on behalf of the Association of Global Automakers and Here for America.
Here for America tells the story of international automakers, their ever-growing impact on the U.S. economy, and the benefits they provide to local communities. The contributions of international automakers and dealers are integral to the success of today's U.S. auto industry, the most vibrant and competitive auto market in the world.
Here for America is an initiative of the Association of Global Automakers to increase public education about the importance of international automakers to American job creation, economic growth, technological innovation and strong communities.