Driving the Auto Industry Towards a Brighter Future
In 1929, the Central Florida Auto Dealers Association (CFADA) was founded by new franchised car dealers to protect and strengthen our industry. Today, it is the largest not-for-profit automotive trade associations in Central Florida.
- We are dedicated to you- our members and to our communities.
- We consistently monitor industry trends, pursue equitable partnerships, and seek innovative avenues for growth.
Across the nation, our industry of almost 17,000 international nameplate dealership franchises employed more than 1.1 million Americans. Average payrolls were approximately $67 billion annually.
Your Source for Advancement
As a CFADA member, we connect you with manufacturers, members of Congress, federal entities, and other industry partners to help you grow and to foster a community of economic growth.
We believe that by equipping you for success, we help make Central Florida the best place to live and work.
Equipping Central Florida Dealers for Success
As a member, you get access to legislative efforts, charitable events, educational workshops, networking opportunities, and more. We equip you with the resources and connections you need to drive sales and maintain a favorable economic climate.
Securing the Future of Our Automotive Industry
Members contribute their expertise to local schools and colleges to ensure that schools offer the courses and certifications that benefit our future workforce. Together, we help local schools provide students the resources they need to pursue an automotive career.
Our officers and directors are dedicated to the success of Central Florida automotive professionals like you. Together, our leadership team paves the way for CFADA members to access the industry’s top resources and educational opportunities.
“As Governor, I want to thank the Central Florida Auto Dealers Association for all you are doing to create opportunities for Florida families. We recently announced that Florida’s unemployment rate has reached a more than 10-year low of 3.6 percent and that more than 127,000 private-sector jobs were created in October. The creation of more than 1.44 million private-sector jobs since December 2010, shows the strength of our economy… (Your ideas) help us continue creating an environment that encourages business growth…(and) achieve our goal of making Florida first in the nation for job creation.”