Any MD Reader Want to Blog This ChryCo Cryfest for Us?

WHAT: Chrysler LLC President and Vice Chairman Jim Press will meet with more than 50 Maryland Port Authority employees and Maryland officials in a Town Hall to discuss Chrysler’s and all domestic automakers’ impact on the U.S. trade industry.

Chrysler is the largest exporter for the Port of Baltimore, and Port employees will have the opportunity to pledge their support for legislation to provide temporary financial assistance to the American auto industry.

Chrysler President and Vice Chairman Jim Press will discuss highlights of Chrysler’s plan for future success, as well as share details about other similar rallies across the Unites States. The Town Hall also is a chance for Port employees to voice their opinions about what Congress and the general public should know about the deep impact the auto industry has on the local Baltimore community.

WHO:

Jim Press, President and Vice Chairman, Chrysler LLC
Steve Rand, President & Chief Executive Officer, AMPORTS, Inc.
More than 50 Maryland Port Authority employees

WHEN: Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008, from 10 – 11 a.m.

WHERE:

AMPORTS ATC Terminal
2908 Childs Street
Baltimore, MD 21226
(443) 923-2100


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  • Phattie Phattie on Dec 01, 2008

    Jeep should do well.. its the only thing doing well for Chrys... the fat port workers have nothing to worry about.

  • Windswords Windswords on Dec 02, 2008

    It's Diesel powered Jeeps. You know the ones we are not allowed to own here. They get great mileage. The Euros get it. We don't. Oh, and the tranny's hold up just fine.

  • Dougjp Dougjp on Dec 02, 2008

    Oooh, now isn't that just a smart use of senior management time. I had to reread the article and look at the date to make sure it wasn't April fools day. But its not. Its billions bailout time.

  • Stingray Stingray on Dec 02, 2008

    We get Jeep Compass and Commander and Ram trucks here. RAMs come from Mexico. No idea about the Jeeps.

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