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How Can We Help?

Man ExclaimYou've no doubt heard it said, "People do business with people they know and trust!" and it's true. That's one of the reasons the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association exists.  We're here to help create a relationship between people; with the goal being business growth.

That effort, now decades old, has provided positive business to business relationships all across the globe. Folks in countries, states and provinces now, because of NTPDA, are friends, business partners and sometimes competitors.

When we link our common goal of increasing business to each other we all are better off. So, this year, let's make it a point to respond to membership in the NTPDA not as an expense but as an investment in doing business...better.

Soon we'll be gathering for the Summer Board Meeting, this year in Sioux Falls, South Dakota to plan for the coming months and our Annual Training and Trade Show in 2016.  Between now and then let us help you in making connections, learning more about the industry and building relationships with each other.

Sound like a plan?

If you have not yet joined us on Facebook do so today?  And you can also follow us on Twitter @NTPDA.  Easy huh? 

Happy Father's Day!

Fathers Day BlogAll of us at NTPDA wish you and your family a Happy Father's Day!  We did a little looking around and the holiday had some starts and stops. 

On July 19, 1910, the governor of the U.S. state of Washington proclaimed the nation’s first “Father’s Day.” However, it was not until 1972, 58 years after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official, that the day became a nationwide holiday in the United States.  If you want to read more about the history of the holiday, here is a link.

While the history is interesting, it's great that our nation celebrates Fathers and all it means to be a good Dad.  It's not as flashy as some holidays but by simply remembering the goodness of Fathers...the work, the caring, the love...we can set an example for the next set of Fathers who look to their Dads for guidance. 

Happy Father's Day!