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In the News (Tue 26 Mar 19)

  Ghost Sites/ Museum of Electronic Failure/ Autopact.com
To provide a more positive association, "Otto of Autopact" was created, and it is Otto's somewhat abstract, smiling face that we see on the screenshot below - along with a new improved slogan ("One Less Thing to Worry About").
Nothing remains of Autopact.com (the domain currently goes nowhere), but two clips from its television and radio campaigns have been preserved on ROI Marketing's Web site, along with an interesting "brand-repositioning" case study conducted by this firm on behalf of Autopact.
If you have other information, including amplification and/or corrections concerning the history of Autopact.com that you would like to see incorporated into this WebElegy, please send e-mail to Steve Baldwin and I will try to include it as time provides.
www.disobey.com /ghostsites/mef/autopact.shtml   (277 words)

  Canada-US Automotive Products Agreement
Canada-US Automotive Products Agreement (Autopact), a conditional free-trade agreement signed by Canada and the US in January 1965 to create a single North American market for passenger cars, trucks, buses, tires and automotive parts.
The 2 principal purposes of the Autopact were to lower Canadian production costs through more efficient production of fewer lines of motor vehicles and parts, and to lower consumer prices.
Under the Free Trade agreement negotiated with the US in 1987, Canadian safeguards would remain, with North American auto producers losing their right to import parts and vehicles duty-free from other countries unless the safeguards were met.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0001245   (312 words)

AutoPact manager Ben Keyes (right) watches as technician Eddie Fannon examines an automobile as part of the company's contribution to the Cars for Work program in Charlotte.
AutoPact technicians volunteer their time and labor to repair and maintain cars for the program, which provides basic transportation for low-income workers.
AutoPact is opening its doors today at two locations, 5130 South Blvd. and 5006 Albemarle Road.
www.evolvedsites.com /charlottepost/9_9_news.html   (541 words)

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