MNAO

AcronymDefinition
MNAOMazda North America Operations
MNAOMazda North American Operations
MNAOMobile Naval Airfield Organization (US Navy)
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Jeffrey Guyton moves from president and CEO of Mazda Motor Europe to president of MNAO, reporting to Moro.
"This award celebrates everything Mazda has been working toward over the past few years so we are honoured to receive this recognition from KBB.com," said Jim O'Sullivan, president and chief executive, MNAO. "As we move forward with our new sixth-generation of products that showcase improved quality, fuel efficiency and driving dynamics, owning a Mazda will continue to be an enjoyable experience that doesn't have to break the bank to maintain."
"While we do not, at this time, know the full extent of the damage to vehicles on board, none of the Mazdas will be sold as new", said Jim O'Sullivan, president and CEO of MNAO. "Those beyond repair will be immediately scrapped.
"We wanted to give something back to the community with these Tribute Hybrid SUVs," said Jay Amestoy, MNAO's vice president of public and government affairs.
According to MNAO, the 10 HEVs delivered to OCFA are the first of 30 such vehicles that the automaker will loan to fire agencies across Southern California.
Jim O'Sullivan, president and CEO, MNAO, said, 'MX-5 is the heart and soul of Mazda, serving as a beacon for the rest of our line-up with its fun-to-drive dynamics, design and technologies.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 24, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) donated 10 clean-burning, fuel efficient Tribute Hybrid Electric Vehicles to the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) at a ceremony held on February 22, 2006, at the OCFA headquarters in Irvine, California.
Jim O'Sullivan, Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) president and CEO, said, 'Fortunately, Mazda is well poised to meet the needs of our consumers, thanks to our highly attractive vehicles that deliver exhilarating performance in a fuel-efficient manner, all at an affordable price.'
Mazda's President and CEO, Hisakazu Imaki, Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) President and CEO Jim O'Sullivan, along with approximately 700 Mazda staff, comprised of several senior executives, union representatives and employees attended this event.