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New buyer expands National Impala Association

Keefe Media International Purchases The National Impala Association

Keefe Media International, which publishes Poncho Perfection for Pontiac enthusiasts, recently announced that it has purchased the National Impala Association.
“We are happy and proud to be stepping up our involvement with the NIA,” said Don Keefe, president of Keefe Media. “We previously provided creative services to the club magazine, Impala News and we jumped at the opportunity to assume the helm of this great organization.”

The National Impala Association was founded in 1981 as an organization dedicated to 1958-1964 full-size Chevrolets, including Bel Air, Biscayne, Delray, Impala, Sedan Delivery, El Camino, Caprice and station wagons. Over the years, NIA has increased its reach to include full-sized Chevrolets up to 1976. With the transfer of ownership, NIA will now welcome all full-sized Chevrolets and full-sized Canadian Pontiacs, which share the same chassis and drivelines as their Chevy counterparts. “By increasing the years that the club covers and bringing in the related Canadian Pontiacs, we see great opportunity for growth and also for welcoming in the next generation of enthusiasts,” Keefe said. “We also saw it as a chance to welcome our enthusiast friends north of the border.”
For more information, visit www.nationalimpala.com.

The National Impala Association was formed the year this 1981 Impala coupe was built, but the club never recognized the cars until now.

The National Impala Association was formed the year this 1981 Impala coupe was built, but the club never recognized the cars until now.

 

 

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