Dealers

Some articles on dealer, dealers:

Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award
... The Time Magazine Quality Dealer Award (TMQDA) is an annual Time Magazine-sponsored award for car dealers who are successful, support the automobile industry, and are community ... Dealers are nominated by either state or local associations of new car dealers who are members of the Automotive Trade Association ... is presented at the annual convention held by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) ...
Suspicious Activity Report (banking) - Reporters
... for example, banks and credit unions) securities and futures dealers (for example, stock brokers and mutual fund brokers) money services businesses (for example, check cashing services ...
Scott Painter - Disruption With The Auto Industry
... Response from consumers and dealers was strong ... that was developed in conjunction with TrueCar investor Guthy-Renker, but dealer and industry criticism was immediate and well documented in a series of Automotive News articles ... in auto retail was nearly boycotted by auto dealers and manufacturers over the fear that TrueCar was responsible for massive discounting ...
Laboratory Animal Sources
... Animals used by laboratories for testing purposes are largely supplied by dealers who specialize in selling them to universities, medical and veterinary schools, and companies that provide contract ... procured from sources other than specialized dealers, as this poses the threat of introducing disease into a colony and confounding any data collected ... animals, businesses that trade in wild animals, and dealers who supply animals sourced from pounds, auctions, and newspaper ads ...
Stanfield Organization - Dealers - Spider
... and "–30–." Spider is a teenage drug dealer working for Bodie Broadus in season three ... disastrous meeting with young drug dealers to convince them to move to his tolerant zones ... He is one of the dealers robbed in the house jewellery set-up ...

Famous quotes containing the word dealers:

    There seems to be no stopping drug frenzy once it takes hold of a nation. What starts with an innocuous HUGS, NOT DRUGS bumper sticker soon leads to wild talk of shooting dealers and making urine tests a condition for employment—anywhere.
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)