The Washington, Maryland, Delaware Service Station and Automotive Repair Association (WMDA)
The Washington, Maryland, Delaware Service Station and Automotive Repair Association, (WMDA) was established in 1937 as a trade association serving independent business men and woman of service stations, repair facilities, convenience stores, and other related businesses. The Association offers advantages to hundreds of members by developing and delivering programs designed to enhance profits and reduce cost. WMDA provides automotive and management educational training programs throughout the year for owners, managers and technicians with the primary objective of innovating, educating, and increase profit centers. WMDA offers protection by providing watchdog and lobbying efforts on legislative issues affecting member businesses. WMDA informs members by keeping an open line of communication within the industry by way of, an annual convention and trade show, monthly, annual publications, and email up-dates concerning important time sensitive issues.
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STOP THE GAS TAX!
WMDA will join other Maryland groups on Lawyer’s Mall in Annapolis
Friday, March 15, 2013 at 11:30am – 12:30pm
Prior to the Hearing for Governor O’Malley’s Gas Tax Bill at 1pm
Bring your friends, families, customers – let’s get everyone you can to help us show the legislature that they need to
STOP THE GAS TAX!
Use the links below to contact your legislators, and tell them the same!
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The Coalition for Responsible Tobacco Retailing is committed to helping retailers enforce minimum age laws for the purchase of tobacco products. What began as a small training and education program in a few states has blossomed into a nationwide training effort for retailers. We Card has held over 2,000 classroom training sessions in all 50 states in the U.S. and U.S. territories. Over 100,000 owners, managers, and frontline employees have been trained, and over 1 million We Card kits have been distributed to retailers nationwide. While most of their materials apply to tobacco law, many of their items also apply to the legal age to purchase alcohol.
To learn more about CRTR, register to take We Card’s Free Behind-the-Counter Online Training or order signage, age calculation and training materials, go to www.wecard.org.