The landlocked state of Wyoming is home to many dealers that have had to, like many across the country, adapt throughout the pandemic. But what does that look like in a less densely populated state? On today’s show, we’re pleased to welcome Scott Cargill, President of the Wyoming Automobile Dealers Association or WADA, Executive Manager of White’s Frontier Motors, and a 2021 nominee for TIME’s Dealer of the Year to discuss what he is hearing most from dealers and what business looks like throughout the pandemic.
COVID-19 has impacted dealerships across the country in different ways. Dealers operating in the rural pockets of the country have experienced the pandemic in unique ways not seen in heavily-populated urban cities. This has certainly been the case for dealers in the state of Wyoming.
In this segment, Cargill and anchor Jim Fitzpatrick tackle the following:
- Cargill’s background in the automotive industry
- How dealers are surviving or thriving in a less densely populated state like Wyoming
- The different challenges that face rural dealers vs urban dealers
- What concerns Cargill is hearing most from WADA dealers
- Current COVID restrictions for Wyoming dealerships
- The number of dealers in Wyoming that are doing more business online
- Cargill’s TIME Dealer of the Year nomination
- The concerns Cargill has for the last quarter of the year, in regards to the automotive industry
- His hopes for the future focus of WADA
For more great insight from Scott Cargill, be sure to watch the full interview above.
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