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Today’s Featured Interview:
Damon Lester, Don Hall, & James Church Discuss Diversity in Retail Automotive
On today’s show, we take a look back at our conversation with NAMAD President Damon Lester, VADA President Don Hall, and James Church, General Manager at Priority Auto Group in Chesapeake, Virginia. Damon, Don, and James discuss diversity, inclusion, and representation for minorities in the automotive industry.
News Stories & Opinion:
New study shows consumers’ motives for dealership service, key marketing tactics
A new study performed by DriveSure and FixedOPS Marketing reveals trends in how customers select a service department, what motivates their choice, and ways to effectively retain their loyalty. The 2020 Dealership Service Retention Report found that the top factors that attract customers to service their vehicle at the dealership are the same that can repel them away. It also found room for growth in key areas of CX and communication methods. Read More
Marketing during COVID-19: Five examples of advertising to customers
Is your dealership marketing team finding their balance when it comes to crafting the right advertising messaging during this COVID-19 pandemic? This action can be a challenging tightrope to walk. You and your team still have a product to sell, but you want to do it in a way that is sensitive and effective. Today, your typical customers are not only thinking about the automobiles they want to buy, but they are also considering their overall finances amid a public health crisis. Read More
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