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How Dealerships Can Overcome the Service Technician Drought – John Fairchild, Fixed-Ops Expert

Every dealer knows that there is a lack of good service technicians in the fixed-ops department. So how can dealership’s proactively prepare themselves to...
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How Can Mom And Pop Dealerships Survive Big Tech?

Economists say that it’s too early to fully determine the impact larger companies have on small businesses. Some research proves that big tech companies...
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How to Reduce Employee Healthcare Costs and Improve Your Dealership’s Bottom Line – Keith...

Here to talk about reducing healthcare costs and improving your dealership’s bottom line is Keith Lemer, CEO of WellNet Healthcare Plans. VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:  I'd like to...
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Your Dealership’s Community Partnership

Partnerships with other small businesses in your area can be a powerful tool for your dealership’s growth. As the saying goes, “The whole is...
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Brian Benstock on First Quarter Sales Results, Recruiting Salespeople, and Staying Positive in the...

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...

It’s Time to Amp Up Our Language

Old sales language doesn't work on today's hyper-informed customers like it used to. On today's episode of Kain & Co., David Kain talks about...

Ambiguity is the Enemy of Accountability

   On this week’s episode of Hard Truths with host Dave Anderson, Dave talks about eliminating ambiguity as a step to full accountability in your leadership. VIDEO...

How to Evaluate The Value of Your Third-Party Classified Partner

Do auto dealers need third-party classified marketplaces? Brian Pasch discusses how you can evaluate the value of your third-party classified partner on today's episode...

Attractive Words and Phrases

The way we word things can make all the difference when trying to close a sale. In this week's edition of On the Mark, Mark...