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DECEMBER 2013 EDITION


DECEMBER 20, 2013 Chairman’s Message........................3 President’s Message.........................5 NADA Director’s Message................7-9 Kuddos To SDADA For Rancher Relief Fund Efforts....................................11 Interviews Alone Are Ineffective When Hiring New Employees................13-15 Important Dates To Remember........16 The Need For Speed: Nearly Half of U.S. Drivers Believe Speeding Is A Problem..........................................17 SDDOT Launches 511 Traveler Information App For iPhone....................19 November New Vehicle Registration Numbers...................................21-22 Year To Date Vehicle Registration Pages........................................23-24 November New Power Sport Registration Numbers..................................25

Chairman’s It was 12 below as I drove to Message work this morning. Population elimination weather as they say! It only makes us appreciate the nice weather even more. There have been some ups and downs in the car business and for South Dakota this year as always. As a whole it was another very good year to be in the car business. I have to tell you how proud I am of all of us as a group and the effort put in to raising money for the Rancher Relief Fund. When we first discussed this at the SDADA Board Meeting I was very pleased to have the association vote to give up to $20,000 in match money. Everyone was excited to think of us possibly raising up to $40,000 as a goal. In typical dealer style you all blew past that projection! Myron and I were very honored to present them a check for $63,700! I have been made aware of more donation from dealers since then and know that as a whole we have now topped $70,000. I am so proud to know that we made a difference in the lives of those who suffered devastating losses in the storm. Thank you all! This is the time of year we need to be looking at all our numbers in our stores from the last 12 months, to celebrate our successes and to look for additional opportunities. It is time to do our projections for 2014. It is our nature to always try to do better. If we are not measuring ourselves and our stores constantly we will not be happy with the results. Break down each department in your stores. Focus on the areas for opportunity and set those goals. One of my favorite things when it comes to this is to look to what I can “fix with my pencil.” We can always hope to do better with more volume. My challenge to myself and my leadership team is how can we improve and make more money with the volume we currently have? We constantly are looking at how efficient we can run our departments. What is our gross as a percent of sales? If you can concentrate on this AND grow your volume you will be amazed at how well your store as a whole will do in 2014! We do all our employee reviews in the first quarter of the new year. We look at their real numbers from the previous year and set their individual goals for the upcoming year. We also let them in on their departments goals and the store goals. This is also a good time to listen to their feedback and implement new ideas that they may have to make us better as a team. In closing I would like to challenge us all. Celebrate our successes, look for our opportunities, and lets continue to grow our stores in 2014! God Bless and happy holidays, Scott Peterson

Year to Date Power Sport Registration Numbers.........................................26 SDADA Board of Directors List............28 3


South Dakota Automobile Dealers Association OFFICERS: Chairman of the Board.........Scott Peterson Vice Chairman...........................Trace Beck Secretary/Treasurer...................Bruce Eide Immediate Past Chairman..........Mark McKie NADA Director..........................Doug Knust DEAC Chairman.....................Darrel Kaiser President...................................Myron Rau BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Tom Barber Doug Knust Trace Beck Scott Peterson Jim Burgess Rachelle Schaap Shawn Chase Mark McKie Bruce Eide Larry Palsma Ron Einspahr Doug Sharp John Iverson Keith Stobbs Jeff Johnson Dutch Van Santen Darrel Kaiser Jenny Wegner PAST PRESIDENTS / CHAIRMEN: John Deniger John Ehret Merlin Fauth Tom Graham John Hagemann David Hersrud Jim Jacobsen Dean Kjelden Dan Lamb Tom Mahan

Mike McCormick Mark McKie Steve Paula Kevin Randall John Roskos Marty Rypkema Don Schoenhard Steve Sewell Jim Wegner

STAFF: President...................................Myron Rau Executive Assistant..............Michelle Wells Comptroller.............................Pam Kolseth Print Shop Manager.........Jason Steensma Office Assistant...........................Patty Hinz SDADA Staff e-mail addresses mlrau@sdautodealer.com pam@sdautodealer.com michelle@sdautodealer.com jay@sdautodealer.com patty@sdautodealer.com e-mail for all staff: info@sdautodealer.com The SDADA Report is the official publication of the South Dakota Automobile Dealers Association. Published monthly by: SDADA Services, Inc. 3801 S. Kiwanis Avenue • Box 89008 Sioux Falls, SD 57109-9008. Ph: 605-336-2616 / Fax: 605-334-1938

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President’s

Message As we end another calendar year, I find myself reflecting on the past year. I personally want to thank everyone for their membership in the South Dakota Automobile Dealers Association. Your dedication and commitment keeps the organization strong. The motor vehicle retail sales industry is a vital part of this state's economy as well as the economy of the nation. We all need to be proud of what we do for our communities and for our state. On January 13th, I will be heading to Pierre to represent your interests to the South Dakota Legislature. During the months of January, February and March, if you need to contact me, simply call your SDADA office in Sioux Falls and a staff member will send me a text message and I will call you as soon as I can. As always, I am also easily reached by email. Starting the first week of the legislative session, you will be receiving weekly email messages with updates regarding those issues that are of interest to you and your business. Please watch for those updates and if the review of that information prompts questions, please give me a call or send me an email. At this time, I am only aware of two issues that the SDADA will be taking to the legislature for consideration. However, there are also a large number of bills that will or could also effect you personally or professionally. I assure you that not only will I be watching for both, I will also keep you informed about all issues as they are considered. As always, I will be seeking advice of the SDADA Chairman, Mr. Scott Peterson and, when necessary, the Executive Committee as issues arise. I hope many of the SDADA Membership comes to Pierre for the evening of February 18th, when we will be hosting Legislators and Constitutional Officers to a dinner. During that day, we will also be holding our Winter Meeting of the SDADA Board of Directors. Please keep in mind that every SDADA Member is invited to attend every board of directors meeting. I hope to see many of you there! Since this is my last message for the calendar year, I want to take this time to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Until next month . . .

Myron Rau, President South Dakota Auto Dealers Association 5


If you look for Me at Christmas you would not need a special star I am no longer just in Bethlehem, I am right there where you are. You may not be aware of Me amid the celebrations You’ll have to look beyond the stores and all the decorations. But if you take a moment from your list of things to do And listen to your heart, you will find I am waiting there for you. You are the one I want to be with, you are the reason that I came. You will find me in the stillness as I am whispering your name. Love, Jesus


SDADA’s NADA Director’s Message

One of a trade association’s (i.e South Dakota Automobile Dealers Association or National Automobile Dealers Association) main functions is as a representative body. A trade association advances the collective view and position of its members to government departments, agencies, regulators and legislators. It also communicates the collective view and position to the media and other opinion-makers. It is in this capacity that the SDADA will work to work to repeal South Dakota's Damage Disclosure law in the upcoming legislative session. I know each of you recognize the many deficiencies of this law so I will not discuss that in this space. But I will offer this experience. I opened a body shop at my Ford store in February of 2013. It has been truly amazing how many consumers have asked us to work with them to keep the damage under the $5,000 threshold for a damage disclosure. This law does not work for consumers, dealers, body shops or insurance companies. No one is well served by the law. IT IS A BAD LAW! In order to repeal the law, however, it will take a concerted effort by our entire organization - I mean dealers and their staffs, our association staff and our vendor/partners. It is a battle worthy of fighting but we must work together to be successful. We will need support from ALL SDADA members. That means coming to our annual legislative reception, being willing to testify, making phone calls to legislators among other efforts. We don't yet know what we will have for opposition but I know we can win this issue regardless of opposition because it is an outdated law, our organization commands great respect among legislators and we have the political capital necessary to win. But it will take a broad, grassroots effort. I am committed to do what I can to repeal this law. I urge you to consider how you might help with this effort! Bill to Reduce Paperwork at Auto Dealerships Advances in House The House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday approved by voice vote a bipartisan bill, H.R. 724, which would eliminate some red tape required by the Environmental Protection Agency when buying a new car or truck. The bill would repeal a 1977 mandate, which requires dealers to certify that a vehicle complies with the Clean Air Act. (This form is required to be presented by the dealer to the purchaser of a new vehicle even though all vehicles must comply with the Clean Air Act before being sold in the United States. Additionally, a Clean Air Act certification sticker can be found under the hood of most vehicles, or in the owner's manual, making an additional certification by the dealer redundant.) The legislation now goes to the floor of the House for consideration. NADA Convention Mobile App for 2014 Now Available The mobile app for the 2014 NADA Convention & Expo is now available for download for smart phones and tablets. The free app, which syncs with myNADAplanner, allows attendees to maximize their convention experience by providing: up-to-the-minute updates on workshop sessions and events; workshop handouts and presentations (continued on page 9)

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SDADA’s NADA Director’s Message

SDADA’s NADA Director’s Message

Continued... that can be downloaded; a customized schedule builder; walking maps to navigate the convention center and expo floor with exhibitor descriptions and booth locations; and tools to stay organized. The app is available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android devices. To download, visit the App Store or Google Play Store and search for NADA2014. I wish you all a very happy holiday season and all the best in 2014! As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns.

Doug Knust, NADA Director Harry K Chevrolet, Oacoma, SD

During the Holiday Season more than ever, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible. And in this spirit we say, simply but sincerely ~ We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the entire staff at the South Dakota Auto Dealers Association. Myron, Pam, Michelle, Jay and Patty 9


$63,700 During the SDADA Fall Board of Directors Meeting, the Board unanimously voted to donate money to the Rancher Relief Fund. The plan for SDADA’s fund drive was to match personal dealer donations with SDADA dealer funds up to $20,000 in hopes of sending a check to the relief group for up to $40,000. The South Dakota dealerships went to work and surpassed their goal! Myron and SDADA Chairman Scott Peterson met in Rapid City on Monday, December 9th to present a check for $63,700 to the Rancher Relief Fund. We thank all of the dealerships who worked hard to be able to donate to this relief effort, along with the SDADA membership for their support to match these funds. For more information on how you can get involved, go to: http://www.ranchersrelief.org

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Interviews Alone Are Ineffective When Hiring New Employees Research suggests that most employers rely most heavily on the least reliable, most expensive step in hiring new employees -- the interview. “Studies have shown that interviewing is one of the least accurate steps in the selection process,” said Harris Plotkin, founder of The Plotkin Group, San Bernadino, CA. The firm specializes in the use of employee testing and the design of effective selection processes. Plotkin cited a study done by Michigan State University’s School of Business several years ago which concluded that written tests are four times more accurate than interviews. Plotkin said with the computerized tests available now, he’d upgrade that figure. Tests, he said, are as much as five to ten times more accurate than interviews. Plotkin explained further about the Michigan State University study: The most accurate hiring procedure was use of ability/composite tests that measure aptitude, motivation and compatibility. Other, less accurate approaches, he said, were “a tryout period, a review of the resume and, or, the employment application, reference checks, experience...” The least reliable approach to determine if an applicant would be a good employee? The interview. Yet, Plotkin pointed out, “probably more than 95 percent of all hiring decisions are made almost solely on the basis of an interview.” “Doing an interview is also very expensive. Employers should consider the cost of the interviewer’s or several interviewers’ time, reminded Plotkin, who authored “Building a Winning Team.” “Do the least expensive, most accurate step first, so you can screen out the people you shouldn’t waste your time interviewing,” advised Plotkin. Depending on your needs, an honesty or attitude test is often an inexpensive first step. Plotkin explained, “You can teach somebody how to set a table, but you can’t teach sincerity. You can teach somebody how to pour liquor or even a Coke, but you can’t teach them enthusiasm. You can teach somebody how to ring up sales at a cash register or how to use an optical scanner, but you can’t teach friendliness and warmth.” Top 3 Interview Question Do’s and Don’ts: The mistake most companies make is that they hire people for the skills they have,” Plotkin continued. Skills alone are not the most important, and in the big scheme of things, are the least important. It’s the attitude a person has in dealing with coworkers and customers that’s going to tell whether they’re going to make it and move up in the organization.” “Most companies are not aware that it’s more important to hire certain personality traits and attitude than it is for skill,” Plotkin added. “Skills are easy to teach. Attitude, sincerity, enthusiasm, friendliness, courtesy, honesty and warmth are not easy to teach.” So, where should an employer start in the hiring process? Plotkin answered this way: “List the job tasks, along with the qualities, education, experience and training a person needs to do the tasks. Then identify how you’re going to determine whether a person has all of the qualities that you’ve listed. Written tests will give you some information and interviews will give you other needed information. Reference checks, background investigations and other sources also are needed.” (Continued on page 15) 13


Interviews Alone Are Ineffective When Hiring New Employees Continued... Plotkin said five factors make for job successdescribe the image • • • •

Experience that fits your organization Education or training that fits your organization Aptitude to do the job Motivation to do the job

Compatibility with the culture and personality of your organization Compatibility is the most important factor, and the smaller the employer, the more important it is. “Compatibility is where most problems occur,” said Plotkin, “and it’s the hardest to check for without a test to see if the applicant shares your same values.” “A person could have a terrific aptitude for the job, be motivated, have lots of experience, education and training for the job, but if they don’t fit in with everybody else, they’ll create problems,” said Plotkin. “For one thing, they eat up much of management’s time trying to grind that square peg into a round hole.” Compatibility can be gauged by comparing applicants’ test results with results obtained from testing an organization’s best and worst existing employees, said Plotkin. Here are six factors to consider when selecting tests and assessment instruments for use with applicants in the hiring process: Selecting Tests 1. Accuracy. The test or assessment, in fact, measures what it claims to measure. 2. Reliable. No test or assessment is 100 percent reliable. But can you trust the results to be highly reliable? 3. Job-related. The subject or purpose of the test or assessment is job-related. 4. Non-discriminatory. The test or instrument does not discriminate against applicants or employees in protected classes. 5. Validated. The firm producing the test or instrument has documentation showing results do not discriminate and are accurate and reliable. 6. Easy to Administer and Score.

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February 18 2014 SDADA WINTER BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING followed by the annual legislative reception and dinner at the ramkota rivercentre in pierre, south dakota. all members welcome

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER: • Annual NADA Convention in New Orleans, LA – January 24 - 27, 2014. • SDADA Winter Board of Directors Meeting - 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 with the annual legislative reception and dinner on that evening. The SDADA Executive Committee will meet jointly with the SDTA Executive Committee in the afternoon of Monday, February 17, 2014 • Annual Meeting of Rushmore Reinsurance Company II Limited (RRC) – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on Thursday, April 24, 2014. • SDADA Annual Convention – Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn, Rapid City, June 4 through 6, 2014. The SDADA Board of Directors and spouses will be invited to an appreciation dinner at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 with an included informal meeting. • SDADA West River Golf Outing at the Elks Golf Course, Rapid City – 9:00 a.m. shotgun start on Friday, June 27, 2014. • Annual Heavy Truck Dealer Meeting – 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 3, 2014, Sheraton Hotel and Convention Center, Sioux Falls. • Washington Conference - Capital Hilton, Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, September 9 and Wednesday, September 10, 2014. • SDADA East River Golf Outing at Bakker’s Crossing Golf Course, Sioux Falls – 10:00 a.m. shotgun start on Thursday, September 18, 2014. • Annual guided pheasant hunt is at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, November 10, 2014 at Stan’s, Inc, Alpena, SD. • Annual RV Dealer Meeting – 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 10, 2014, at the Crossroads Hotel and Convention Center, Huron. • Fall Board of Directors Meeting – 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, at the Crossroads Hotel and Convention Center, Huron. 16


The Need For Speed: Nearly Half Of U.S. Drivers Believe Speeding Is A Problem

than a quarter of those surveyed admitted “speeding is something I do without thinking” and “I enjoy the feeling of driving fast.” Further, sixteen percent felt that “driving over the speed limit is not dangerous for skilled drivers.”

Reprinted from Forbes 12/12/13

• male drivers admitted to speeding more compared to females

A new survey of drivers has found that nearly half said speeding is a problem and one in five admitted, “I try to get where I am going as fast as I can.”

• drivers with the least experience behind the wheel, 1620 years old, admitted to speeding more frequently than any other age group.

Those findings are from the latest National Survey of Speeding Attitudes and Behavior released yesterday by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

• more than one in ten, 11 percent, of drivers age 16 to 20 reported at least one speeding-related crash in the past five years, compared to 4 percent for the population as a whole.

Deaths due to excess speed account for nearly a third of all traffic fatalities on our nation’s roads each year, taking close to 10,000 lives, according to the agency.

• the percentage of drivers in speeding-related crashes in this age group is greater than in any other age group, even though these young drivers may not have been driving for all of the past five years.

“We all have places we need to go, but it’s never the right decision to put ourselves, our families and others in harm’s way to get there faster,” Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said in a statement when the results of the survey were announced. “This is another reminder, as the busy holiday season approaches, to obey speed limits, reduce speed in inclement weather conditions and allow plenty of time to arrive safely.” In the decade from 2002 through 2011, speeding was a contributing factor in nearly one-third of all fatal crashes, claiming a total of 123,804 lives and resulting in an annual economic cost to society of about 40 billion dollars per year. The survey provided national estimates of behavior and attitudes toward speeding in the United States. Results showed a broad range of perspectives among drivers. Some highlights from the  survey: • the majority of drivers, about four out of five, believed driving at or near the speed limit makes it easier to avoid dangerous situations and reduces the chances of a crash. • an overwhelming majority, 91 percent, agreed with the statement that “everyone should obey the speed limits because it’s the law.”

The survey is the third in a series released by the agency; data were collected via telephone interviews with 6,144 U.S. households from March 31, 2011 to September 4, 2011. Previous surveys were conducted in 1997 and 2002. Because teen drivers are a high-risk group that is over represented in crashes, the age group is of particular interest for traffic safety; the survey included an oversample of respondents 16 to 34 years old. The agency recently launched its “5 to Drive” (http://www. safercar.gov/parents/fivetodrive.htm) teen driver safety campaign that challenges parents to discuss five critical driving practices with their teenage drivers that can have the greatest beneficial impacts in the event of a crash: No speeding, no cell phone use or texting while driving; no extra passengers; no alcohol, and; no driving or riding without a seat belt. “The need for speed should never trump the need for safe and responsible driving,” David Strickland, the agency’s administrator, said in a statement. “Motorists who drive at excessive speeds put themselves and others at an increased risk of being involved in a crash and possibly of being injured or killed.”

• almost half of all drivers, 48 percent, said that it was very important that something be done to reduce speeding on U.S. roads. • however, despite acknowledging the safety benefits of speed limits and reasons drivers should follow them, more 17


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New Vehicle Registrations - NOVEMBER 2013 As provided by the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles

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CONTINUED ON PAGE 22 NOTE: New vehicle registrations are provided by South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles. All new vehicles registered under the Prorate (IRP) program are indicated as a Hughes County resident. Figures reflect where the vehicle is titled, and not the county where the vehicle was purchased. SDADA has no responsibility for authenticity of registration figures.

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New Vehicle Registrations - NOVEMBER 2013 As provided by the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles

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NOTE: New vehicle registrations are provided by South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles. All new vehicles registered under the Prorate (IRP) program are indicated as a Hughes County resident. Figures reflect where the vehicle is titled, and not the county where the vehicle was purchased. SDADA has no responsibility for authenticity of registration figures.

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YEAR TO DATE New Vehicle Registrations JANUARY - NOVEMBER 2013 / As provided by the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles

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CONTINUED ON PAGE 24 NOTE: New vehicle registrations are provided by South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles. All new vehicles registered under the Prorate (IRP) program are indicated as a Hughes County resident. Figures reflect where the vehicle is titled, and not the county where the vehicle was purchased. SDADA has no responsibility for authenticity of registration figures.

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YEAR TO DATE New Vehicle Registrations JANUARY - NOVEMBER 2013 / As provided by the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles

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NOTE: New vehicle registrations are provided by South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles. All new vehicles registered under the Prorate (IRP) program are indicated as a Hughes County resident. Figures reflect where the vehicle is titled, and not the county where the vehicle was purchased. SDADA has no responsibility for authenticity of registration figures.

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Recreational Vehicle Registrations - NOVEMBER 2013 As provided by the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles SNOWMOBILE

MOTORCYCLE

ATV’S

NOTE: New vehicle registrations are provided by South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles. All new vehicles registered under the Prorate (IRP) program are indicated as a Hughes County resident. Figures reflect where the vehicle is titled, and not the county where the vehicle was purchased. SDADA has no responsibility for authenticity of registration figures.

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YEAR TO DATE Recreational Vehicle Registrations JANUARY - NOVEMBER 2013 / As provided by the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles SNOWMOBILE

MOTORCYCLE

ATV’S

NOTE: New vehicle registrations are provided by South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles. All new vehicles registered under the Prorate (IRP) program are indicated as a Hughes County resident. Figures reflect where the vehicle is titled, and not the county where the vehicle was purchased. SDADA has no responsibility for authenticity of registration figures. 26


DISTRICT #

NAME

DEALERSHIP

EMAIL ADDRESS

One

Larry Palsma

Country Ford

tfm@byelectric.com

605-589-3362

2016

Two

Doug Knust

Harry K Chevrolet

dougk@harryk.com

605-234-6064

2014

Three

Bruce Eide

Vern Eide Motorcars

bruceide2001@yahoo.com

605-373-8111

2014

Four

John Iverson

Iverson Chrysler Center

john@iversonchrysler.com

605-996-5683

2015

Five

Ron Einspahr

Einspahr Auto Plaza, Inc.

eaprone@brookings.net

605-692-6106

2015

Six

Tom Barber

Pierson Ford

tbarber@piersonford.com

605-225-3720

2015

Seven

Doug Sharp

Sharp Automotive

steamboating2010@yahoo.com

605-886-8081

2016

Eight

Keith Stobbs

Stobbs Sales, Inc.

bk.stobbssales@midconetwork.com 605-853-3612

2016

Nine

Darrel Kaiser

Frontier Motors, Inc.

darrel.kaiser@frontiermotors.com

605-842-1880

2016

Ten

Trace Beck

Beck Motor Co.

trace.beck@beckmtr.com

605-224-5912

2014

Eleven

Scott Peterson

Scott Peterson Motors

scott@scottpetersonmotors.com

605-892-2643

2015

Twelve

Mark McKie

McKie Automotive

markm@mckieauto.com

605-348-4500

2014

Thirteen (At Large 2 yr.)

Jenny Wegner

Wegner Auto Company

jenny@wegnerauto.com

605-224-9900

2016

Fourteen (At Large 3 yr.)

Shawn Chase

Shawn Chase Ford

schase.scf@midconetwork.com

605-472-1633

2015

Fifteen (PS Dlr.)

Jeff Johnson

MidAmerica Motoplex

jeffj@midamericamotoplex.com

605-221-4000

2014

Sixteen (PS Dlr.)

Jim Burgess

Black Hills Harley Davidson bjburgess@aol.com

605-342-9362

2015

Seventeen (RV Dlr)

Rachelle Schaap

Schaap's Traveland

rachelle@rvtraveland.com

605-332-6241

2014

Eighteen (HD Trk Dlr)

Dutch Van Santen

I-State Truck Center

dutch.vansanten@istatetruck.com

605-336-2995

2015

SDADA PAST CHAIR PERSONS: 2012-2013 Mark McKie Rapid City 2011-2012 John Hagemann Yankton 2009-2011 David Hersrud Sturgis 2008-2009 Dan Lamb Onida 2007-2008 Mike McCormick Salem 2006-2007 Marty Rypkema Rapid City 2004-2006 Jim Wegner Pierre 2002-2004 John Deniger Huron 2000-2002 Tom Mahan Groton 1998-2000 Steve Paula Brookings 1996-1998 John Roskos Rapid City 1995-1996 Kevin Randall Rapid City 1993-1995 Jim Jacobsen Sturgis 1992-1993 Steve Sewell Webster 1991-1992 Dean Kjelden Sioux Falls 1990-1991 Don Schoenhard, Sr. Huron 1989-1990 John Ehret Yankton 1988-1989 Merlin Fauth Rapid City 1987-1988 Tom Graham Sioux Falls 28

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SDADA Report December 2013