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Reynolds Becomes NIADA Member Benefit Partner

December 01, 2015

ARLINGTON, Texas, and DAYTON, Ohio — Reynolds and Reynolds has joined the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA)'s Member Benefit Partner program, and will provide its business forms, sales contracts, compliance services, branding products and other dealership supplies to the association’s members throughout North America.

“We’ve worked informally alongside the NIADA and its members for a number of years,” said Jerry Kirwan, senior vice president and general manager of Reynolds Document Services. “This agreement helps solidify our commitment to providing a broad portfolio of business documents and supplies that help independent auto dealers manage their compliance risk, brand their stores and improve their operation efficiencies.”

Founded in 1866 as a business forms printer, Reynolds and Reynolds is a leader in the development of automotive documents since the 1920s. Among the company’s document solutions is the Reynolds LAW 553 Universal Retail Installment Sales Contract, the most widely accepted document in automotive finance.

“We’re pleased to now add Reynolds to the list of approved providers for business supply services,” said Scot Lilia, senior vice president of member services for the NIADA. “Reynolds documents and supplies are another set of tools we can offer to help our members streamline their processes, reduce their compliance risk and enhance the transparency of the vehicle sales transaction with their customers.”

For more information, click here and reference the NIADA.


  1. 1. Rich [ December 02, 2015 @ 06:17PM ]

    R&R is an anti-trust law breaking bunch of thugs who charge dealers an additional 15-35% of their vendor costs through vendors. And dealers choose to do nothing about it. The industry is playing deaf, dumb, and blind to it.


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