TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - While leaders of the Big Three were in Washington, and members of the union were in Detroit, a top Chrysler executive talked about the future of the company.
Mayor Carty Finkbeiner and other local leaders attended the meeting at the Jeep Supplier Park in north Toledo. Chrysler President Tom Lasorda and other company executives were there, too.
The focus of the meeting was the importance of the auto industry and the future of the company.
Source: Chrysler Media Release
Chrysler Executives Tom LaSorda and Frank Ewasyshyn to Hold Community Town Hall in Toledo, Ohio, to Highlight Auto Industry Impact on "Everytown, U.S.A."
Chrysler LLC President and Vice Chairman Tom LaSorda and Executive Vice President - Manufacturing Frank Ewasyshyn will hold a community town hall at the Toledo Supplier Park in Toledo, Ohio, to rally support for the U.S. auto industry, highlighting its impact on towns across the country. With help from representatives from CSX Transportation and Fleet Car Carriers as well as members of the community that benefit from Chrysler's support, the Chrysler executives will make the case that a strong and healthy auto industry is vital to our nation's local communities, economy and security. LaSorda will also discuss highlights of Chrysler's plan for future success. In addition, the Town Hall is a chance for stakeholders to voice their opinions about what Congress and the general public should know about the deep impact the auto industry has on the local Toledo community.
Toledo Supplier Park 4400 Chrysler Drive Toledo, Ohio 43608
From I-75, exit at Stickney Avenue (exit 207) Head north on Stickney Avenue Media and guests should use the employee entrance marked "Gate 3" accessible directly from
Stickney Avenue Visuals:
Chrysler executives and members of the Toledo community pledging their support of the American auto industry The Jeep ® EV, the company's Range-extended Electric Vehicle that provides a glimpse into the future of a "Go Anywhere, Do Anything" vehicle with renowned Jeep Wrangler capability, will serve as a backdrop Toledo Supplier Park employees rallying in support of the U.S. auto industry