Morning Consult, which conducts ongoing brand tracking research, recently announced AAA’s recognition as a Most Trusted Brand.
Out of 2,000 brands, AAA ranks No. 18 overall in trust with the general population, No. 6 among baby boomers and No. 17 among Gen X.
“This study says what we’ve always known, AAA is a brand that Members call on because they trust us,” said Thomas Vaughan, President, Central Region. “The acknowledgement here is confirmation of your efforts to make sure our Members know the value we deliver. Thanks to our Associates for what you do every day and continuing to promote the AAA brand this way.”
The U.S. airline industry is getting travelers ready for changes that are coming to identification requirements at the nation’s security checkpoints. Starting October 1, travelers will need Real ID-compliant identification cards to board domestic flights.
The Department of Homeland Security has announced that New Yorkers can no longer enroll in the Global Entry and other trusted traveler programs. A new state law known as the “Green Light Law” prevents federal immigration officials from accessing personal information such as a driver’s record without a court order.