How to Revamp Your Dealership’s Recon Process | The Importance of Employee Appreciation | Pitching Your Next Big Idea To The Higher Ups

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Today on CBTNews.com – Thursday, December 20th, 2018:

newscastHow to Revamp Your Dealership’s Recon Process – Dennis McGinn and Jeff Dantzler
The efficiency of your dealership’s recon process affects more than just your fixed-ops department. From dealer margins to the overall competitiveness of your store, there are many reasons why your dealership should consider revamping its recon process in 2019. Joining Jim today are Jeff “J.D.” Dantzler, GM of Manly Honda out of Santa Rosa, California, and Dennis McGinn, founder and CEO of RapidRecon, and they discuss the latest updates on what your dealership needs to know about the best reconditioning practices. Watch Now

newscastThe Importance of Employee Appreciation and How It Affects Your Bottom Line – Chase Abbott, VinSolutions
The holiday season is the perfect time of year to express your gratitude for the important things in life, and for dealers, one of those important things is your hard-working, dedicated staff. So, what can you do better to recognize and show appreciation for your team? Our guest today has a few ideas. Joining us today is Chase Abbott, Vice President of Sales for Cox Automotive VinSolutions and Dealertrack F&I, to discuss the importance of practicing employee appreciation at your dealership all year long. Watch Now

newscastNADA Show 2019 – CBT Will See You There!
This year’s National Automotive Dealer Association (NADA) Expo will take place in San Fransisco’s newly renovated Moscone Center from January 24th through the 27th. It’s the 16th time the city will host the event since 1949. Of course, we’re there too – you’ll be able to visit with us at the CBT Automotive/Force Marketing booth #3417S. We’re excited to connect with you as part of the NADA Expo experience! Read More

newscastSuccessful Ways To Pitch Your Next Big Idea To The Higher Ups
We’ve all been there when you have a killer idea, the best that you have ever come up with, but when you bring it to management, it gets shot down almost immediately. After those situations, you start to question, what happened? What you could have done differently? How you could have gotten an approval? To get your big idea accepted and approved, you have to ensure that you’ve done all the research possible and pitched it in a way that management has no other choice but to approve. Read More

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