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Service Station Dealers of America and Allied Trades (SSDA-AT) is a national association composed of individual and state affiliate associations representing service station dealers, repair facilities, car washes, and convenience stores. For over 57 years, SSDA-AT has worked for the betterment of its members as a voice on Capitol Hill, with federal regulators, with the media, in the courts, and with suppliers.

SSDA-AT constantly lobbies and testifies in Washington on behalf of our members by taking your message directly to the politicians who will be voting on any proposed legislation that could affect your businesses. SSDA-AT represents service station dealers, repair facilities, car washes, and convenience stores. SSDA-AT remains impactful through its newsletter, coalition partnerships, and visibility on Capitol Hill.

The association works to protect the best interests of service station dealers and independent repair facility owners against legislative and regulatory issues that could threaten the industry's growth and well-being. SSDA-AT takes leadership positions on legislative matters that could impact our member's bottom line including taxes, general business and employment issues, right to repair laws, health care reform, Stage II, and other federal issues.

SSDA-AT publishes a monthly newsletter and a weekly legislative update. To receive either publication contact: rlittlefield2@wmda.net

Click here to view our position papers that are circulated to members of Congress.

 

2016-2017 SSDA-AT Officers 

 

President Peter Kischak, New York (914) 698-5188
1st Vice President Fred Bordoff, New York (718) 392-9605
2nd Vice President Billy Hillmuth, Maryland (301) 390-0900
Treasurer Hugh Campbell, Pennsylvania (724) 863-3524
Past President Dave Freitag, Ohio (419) 217-0870

 

SSDA-AT is your legislative advocate on the federal level in Washington, D.C. The association works to protect the best interests of service station dealers and independent repair facility owners against legislative and regulatory issues that could threaten the industry's growth and well-being. SSDA-AT takes leadership positions on legislative matters that could impact our member's bottom line including taxes, general business and employment issues, right to repair laws, health care reform, Stage II, and other federal issues. 

For more information about SSDA-AT, visit their website at www.ssda-at.com.