Lithia Motors welcomes Shauna McIntyre to its Board of Directors

– USA, OR – Lithia Motors, Inc. (NYSE: LAD), one of the nation’s largest providers of personal transportation solutions, today announced that Shauna McIntyre joined their Board of Directors.

“We’re excited to have Shauna join our Board. We welcome her strategic insights into how technology is and will change the way people interact with their cars. Our aspirational growth plans are focused on digital innovation that enhances the consumer experience and expands the reach of our network,” said Bryan DeBoer, Lithia President and CEO. “Shauna’s leadership, engineering, and technology background will be a refreshing addition to our team and strategic discussions.”

About Shauna McIntyre

Ms. McIntyre currently works at Alphabet, Inc. as the Program Lead for Google Automotive Services. She brings a wealth of knowledge regarding the future of automotive technology and personal transportation.

Previously, Ms. McIntyre held integral roles at Honeywell International, Achates Power Inc., Ford Motor Company, and Egon Zehnder International. She holds a B.S from the University of California, Los Angeles, an M.S. from the University of California, Berkeley and an M.B.A. from Harvard.

About Lithia Motors

Lithia Motors, Inc. is one of the largest providers of personal transportation solutions in the United States and is among the fastest growing companies in the Fortune 500. Consumers can buy, sell and service vehicles digitally or through our 183 nationwide locations. Our mission, Growth Powered by People drives us to grow and serve our customers wherever, whenever, and however, they choose.

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