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Veteran Trainer Tommy Gibbs on Improving Used-Car Gross Profit

On today's show, we’re pleased to welcome veteran trainer Tommy Gibbs, President of Tommy Gibbs and Associates, and author of "7 Common Sense Factors...

Peter Welch on Black Representation Among Dealer Body, ‘Absolutely Room For Improvement’

Homer B. Roberts was the first African-American new car dealer beginning in 1923 according to research conducted by historyofaacardealers.com. Roberts opened the gate for...
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Sonic Is Adding EchoPark Used Car Stores – Is This a Strategy More Dealer...

The fifth-largest American auto dealer group has announced plans to expand on their standalone used car dealership model known as EchoPark. As the pre-owned...
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CEO Jimmy Ellis Discusses How the Jim Ellis Auto Group Was Prepared for COVID-19...

Online car-buying platforms have become vital resources for dealers across the country. Many dealers believe the focus towards online car shopping and delivery has...
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GNYADA President Mark Schienberg Says Mayor Bill de Blasio ‘completely out of step’ with...

Recently, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio made some controversial statements regarding his feelings on the future of automotive consumerism in his city,...

Generate More Be-Backs with this Step-by-Step Guide

  Before the age of the internet and smartphones, be-backs were done with voicemails and letters. However, today there is so much technology at a...

Mastering Your Vehicle Service Contract Sales

Listen up, F&I managers: When was the last time you took a long, hard look at your service contract sales? Were you happy with...

Eliminating Your Customers’ Fears

 On this episode of the Saturday Morning Sales Meeting, David Lewis of David Lewis and Associates talks about understanding and eliminating your customers' fears...

June Kerrigan Report: Retail Automotive Bounces Back Strong

After some tumultuous activity, the Kerrigan Index settled down for the month of June. The index was up five percent that month, which means...