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Moore Joins USTMA as Director of Government Affairs

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Moore Joins USTMA as Director of Government Affairs

Sean Moore has been appointed director of government affairs for the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA). He replaces Courtney Titus Brooks, who recently left the association.

In this role, he will guide strategy for USTMA’s federal government affairs program and lead the association’s state advocacy efforts working with member companies and allied organizations.

Moore joins USTMA with more than a decade of experience directing trade association government affairs programs. Most recently, he was director of state and local government affairs for the Consumer Healthcare Products Association.

In addition, Morre worked for the Consumer Specialty Products Association (now known as the Household and Commercial Products Association), where he directed government affairs strategy in 24 states and oversaw the association's Industrial and Automotive Products Division and its automotive affiliate.

"Sean is an accomplished leader with extensive experience running successful industry government affairs programs and will be a valuable asset to our strong USTMA team," says Anne Forristall Luke, CEO and president. "Under Sean’s direction, the USTMA will continue to advocate for improved tire safety performance, champion the industry’s domestic economic contributions, promote policies to develop and incentivize scrap tire markets, and lead efforts to enact unsafe used tire legislation."

For more information on USTMA's activities, check out these links:

"USTMA Forecast: 1.5 Million More Replacement Tire Shipments in 2018."

"USTMA Reports 81.4% of the Scrap Tires Produced are Re-Used."

"USTMA Denounces Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports."

"USTMA Hires New VP of Public Affairs."

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