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Brian Benstock on Q1 Sales, Recruiting Salespeople, and Staying Positive | Toyota Looking for New Leadership | How Can Mom And Pop Dealerships Survive Big Tech?

Today on CBTNews.com – Wednesday, April 17th, 2019:

newscastBrian Benstock on First Quarter Sales Results, Recruiting Salespeople, and Staying Positive in the Dealership
On today’s show, we welcome Brian Benstock Partner GM and VP at Paragon Honda. Brian is here to give us a dealer’s perspective on the first quarter sales results and trends in the industry. Watch Now

newscastEnvisioning the Future: Toyota Looking for New Leadership
Almost a decade ago in June of 2009, Akio Toyoda was elected to replace Toyota’s departing president, Katsuaki Watanabe. He took over the corporation at a low point for the auto industry, as “tight credit, volatile fuel prices and rising jobless numbers” had already caused record losses for many competitors in the auto industry. Despite the lackluster global economy at that time, he has since been able to keep Toyota prevalent in the industry. Read More

newscastHow Can Mom And Pop Dealerships Survive Big Tech?
There are various different ways for you to market your mom and pop dealership in the modern era. But the most important thing is to understand that there are options for smaller businesses to succeed and compete with larger corporations. From sporting a local business badge, email marketing, social media to a good website, smaller businesses can excel even with larger giants surrounding them. Read More

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