Kevin Mize Kevin Mize is the Dealer Principal and President of O'Hare Honda and O'Hare Hyundai, located in Des Plaines, Illinois. For the past nine years, Kevin Mize has served as a director on the board of the Chicago Automobile Trade Association (CATA). CATA is the nation's oldest and largest metropolitan dealer organizations. Having just completed a year as chairman of the CATA, he is currently chairman of the Chicago Auto Show and the "First Look for Charity," the black-tie preview of the show. Since its inception in 1992, the Chicago Auto Show's benevolent event has raised $30 million for numerous Chicago area charities (including 18 charities for 2011) and the causes they serve. With over twenty years experience in the automobile industry, Kevin began his automotive career early. During his high school and college years he advanced his skills by spending quality time working in every department at Ridge Motors Pontiac. This invaluable experience not only enhanced his business perspective from an employee and management point-of-view, but also from a customer's point of view. As his business prospered, Mr. Mize expanded his property, creating a brand new facility now known as O'Hare Honda. In less than a year, O'Hare Honda achieved the #1 status in customer satisfaction of all Chicagoland Honda dealers. Today O'Hare Honda is one of the top volume dealerships in the United States. In addition to his work, Kevin enjoys golf, fly-fishing, skiing, kayaking and devotes his time to philanthropic activities. For the past twelve years, Mr. Mize has been an active fundraiser for Ray Graham Association for People with Disabilities, a not-for-profit organization that provides a broad array of services and support to more than 2,300 children and adults with disabilities including mental retardation, cerebral palsy and autism for more than 55 years.