Rory Vaden: 2 ways to respond to slow sales | Will tax reform help auto sales | Hyundai COO: Rewarding dealers through contests

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On today’s CBT Newscast for Monday, January 8th, 2018:

Will tax reform help auto sales
When consumers have extra money, they buy things. How big the “things” are depends on how much extra money is received. When the GOP tax bill was approved a few weeks ago, some analysts, like Jeff Windau with Edward Jones and Co., said the tax bill should increase consumers’ ability to buy new cars. He spoke with Bloomberg about the recent tax cuts. Watch Now

Hyundai COO: Rewarding dealers through contests
Dealerships and dealer relations are on the mind of Brian Smith. Why is that significant? In an interview with WardsAuto, Hyundai’s new COO says one job for him is building back strong communication, making dealers feel confident in everything Hyundai is doing with the brand for the next five years so dealers are willing to invest more in their facilities and bring the best people in their organization to work at their stores. Read More

Rory Vaden: 2 ways to respond to slow sales
We’re eight days into the new year, and right now there are two different types of scenarios taking place on your sales floor. In an interview with CBT’s Jim Fitzpatrick, New York Times best-selling author and Co-Founder of Southwestern Consulting Rory Vaden was asked about those scenarios and how the right response impacts the end-of-month sales. Watch Now

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