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NADA Chairman to Appear with Detroit Three CEOs on ABC Radio Tonight
GM May Lose as Many as 500 Dealers in U.S. This Year
Wagoner Says G.M. Is Working on an Overhaul Tied to the Bailout
UAW, Bondholder Talks Slow GM's Revamp
Ford Seeks its Own UAW Deal
Chrysler Stung by $6B Federal Help for GMAC
GM May Keep Saturn as It Trims Brands, Wagoner Says
Ford: Early January Sales Surprising
GM Targets Return to Leasing in U.S. Markets
Carmakers Lean Toward Higher Gas Tax to Fuel Small Car Sales
NADA Update
NADA Insurance to Offer Long-Term Care Insurance
Convention Hotel Rooms Still Available at NADA Rate
Reminder of New FTC Restrictions on Automated Telemarketing Calls
Convention to Host 21 Automaker Franchise Meetings at Critical Time for the Industry
NADA Convention Features Former U.S. Presidents and Industry Leaders
Carville and Matalin to Headline AFSA's Vehicle Finance Conference in New Orleans
NADA Convention to Focus on Future of the Industry
Understanding the TALF
NADA Offers Virtual Seminar Today to Help Dealers in 'Tough Times'
STAR Answers Dealers' Questions About Internet Content Systems
Lenovo Offers New Year Savings
Top Stories
NADA Chairman to Appear with Detroit Three CEOs on ABC Radio Tonight

NADA Chairman Annette Sykora will join the Detroit Three CEOs Alan Mulally of Ford, Rick Wagoner of GM, Bob Nardelli of Chrysler and Ron Gettelfinger, president of the UAW, for a two-hour Automotive Roundtable that will be broadcast live on the ABC Radio Network from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today, Tuesday, Jan, 13. The show will be hosted by Paul W. Smith and broadcast from the studios of WJR radio (760 AM) at the Fisher Building in Detroit. Check your local listings to find the ABC affiliate radio station in your area, or you can listen on the Internet at www.wjr.net.
Source:  NADA Newswire

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GM May Lose as Many as 500 Dealers in U.S. This Year

General Motors Corp. said it may lose as many as 500 dealers in its home market this year, an increase from 350 last year, as the largest U.S. automaker works toward a goal of cutting 1,700 by 2012. The reduction will widen in part because of the strain of a fourth straight year of U.S. auto-sales declines and a company initiative to trim brands and emphasize only Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC and Buick, GM North American President Mark LaNeve said in an interview [Monday]. Culling dealerships and brands is part of GM’s plan that also includes trimming labor and debt costs to convince the U.S. Treasury Department that the Detroit-based automaker can survive and repay $13.4 billion in promised federal loans. GM has said it will fail without government loans. “We had 13,000 dealers 18 years ago, so we’ve already cut that in half,” LaNeve said at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. “We don’t want them to close all at once because we figure we lose sales for 18 months after a dealership closes until other dealers pick up the business.”
Source:  Bloomberg

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Wagoner Says G.M. Is Working on an Overhaul Tied to the Bailout

DETROIT — General Motors is stepping up talks with its unions, dealers and lenders ahead of a Feb. 17 deadline to complete reorganization plans tied to its federal loans. G.M.’s chairman, Rick Wagoner, said Monday that its $13.4 billion federal aid package is sufficient to keep the company solvent until the end of March. The automaker is now focused on its latest plan for how it will cut its labor costs, reorganize its debt and reduce the number of dealers and brands. “Those are the major pieces and they all have to add up to a business plan that meets the so-called financial viability test,” Mr. Wagoner told reporters at the Detroit auto show.
Source:  The New York Times

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UAW, Bondholder Talks Slow GM's Revamp

General Motors Corp. appears to be off to a slow start to meet the mandates of a federal bailout, and its top executive said Monday the company hasn't ruled out a bankruptcy filing. Speaking at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Rick Wagoner, GM's chairman and chief executive, said the company wants to avoid a Chapter 11 filing, but also said its viability is "not 100%" certain at this point. Among GM's requirements under the federal loan package are cutting labor costs by renegotiating its contract with the United Auto Workers union. Although the UAW has said it is ready to negotiate, UAW President Ron Gettelfinger said Monday it is unclear what kind of reductions it will have to agree to. The Treasury Department has said GM must have a plan by March to become "viable" and have "positive net value." "We are still trying to figure out what that means," Mr. Gettelfinger said in an interview. He added the union has heard little from the Treasury on what is expected. "We have no documents, no contact with the federal government," he said.
Source:  The Wall Street Journal (Subscription required.)

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Ford Seeks its Own UAW Deal

Company has different relationship with union, may not need same concessions, exec says
Ford Motor Co. won't necessarily seek the same concessions from the United Auto Workers as General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC hope to get in labor talks sparked by the federal bailout, said a Ford executive involved in the negotiations. "The UAW and Ford have a unique relationship, and that has resulted in the solutions that are unique to Ford -- as witnessed during the 2007 talks," said Joe Hinrichs, Ford's vice president of global manufacturing and labor affairs. "The expectation is that we would continue to build on that." Any concessions must by approved the UAW rank-and-file members. Ford has not sought federal loans.
Source:  The Detroit News

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Chrysler Stung by $6B Federal Help for GMAC

WASHINGTON -- Chrysler LLC officials said Monday the government's decision to provide GMAC LLC with a $6 billion cash infusion has put the Auburn Hills automaker at a competitive disadvantage. Chrysler Chief Financial Officer Ron Kolka said the company is optimistic that the U.S. Treasury Department will provide Chrysler Financial LLC with a cash boost to help loosen credit and increase sales. After GMAC received federal funds last month, it dropped its credit score requirements from 700 to 621, and GM rolled out zero percent financing to help draw shoppers into showrooms. GMAC had upped its credit requirements in October, shutting out 40 percent of GM customers. Chrysler Financial financed just 3,800 vehicles last month, down from 50,000 a year earlier. The decline was partly because the company stopped financing vehicle leases in August. But Kolka said the government cash for GMAC also helped drive up the number of sales Chrysler is losing due to a lack of credit, already at 20 percent to 25 percent. "In the last three weeks, it's probably increased," Kolka said. One Chrysler dealer made 30 sales on Saturday but couldn't get 10 financed, he said. Additionally, some Chrysler customers have been going to GM, and some dealers have stopped using Chrysler Financial. "You've got to get credit flowing to the consumer," Kolka said. "That is the key."
Source:  The Detroit News

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GM May Keep Saturn as It Trims Brands, Wagoner Says

General Motors Corp. ... may keep Saturn as it undergoes a needed pruning of its brands, Chief Executive Officer Rick Wagoner said. “All the options with Saturn are on the table,” Wagoner said ... in an interview on Bloomberg Television. The automaker has been meeting with Saturn dealers during the past month and “I hope we will come to a conclusion in the near term,” he said. Possible asset sales and eliminating brands are part of GM’s plan to restructure its business in exchange for $13.4 billion in U.S. aid to avoid running short of operating cash. The Detroit-based automaker said Dec. 2 it was considering options for Saab and its Saturn brand and would shrink offerings for Pontiac, expanding an earlier plan to sell Hummer.
Source:  Bloomberg

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Ford: Early January Sales Surprising

Early industry sales results for January indicate that industry conditions might be improving slightly, Ford Motor Co.’s group vice president for marketing and communications, Jim Farley, said during an interview at the Detroit auto show. “It’s very, very surprising, I have no idea why it’s happening,” Farley said. “But I think across all manufacturers, across all segments, we are seeing a surprising trend rate on sales, beyond our expectations. We don’t know if it will last all month…we are not sure of the underlying cause,” Farley said. “But we are seeing, during the first week or two, really strong business across the country.” For the first two weeks of January, Ford said, its sales are about 20% to 30% ahead of its internal forecast for the month. “We’re talking about a rate of 20,000 to 30,000 more vehicles than we had in December,” said Ken Czubay, Ford’s vice president of U.S. sales and marketing. “And frankly everybody had the expectations of the traditional January fall-off.”
Source:  Detroit Free Press

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GM Targets Return to Leasing in U.S. Markets

DETROIT -- General Motors is planning to re-enter the vehicle lease business early this year and could see that form of financing amount to about 5 percent of its U.S. vehicle sales, a senior executive said today. "We're looking to re-enter the leasing business on at least a limited basis at some point in 2009," GM's sales chief for North America, Mark LaNeve, told Reuters. As credit tightened and the economy slowed last year, GM's affiliated finance company, GMAC, stopped financing vehicle leases and tightened standards for vehicle loans sharply. But last month, GMAC won approval to operate as a bank. The U.S. Treasury also agreed to take a $5 billion stake in the finance company to support GM's turnaround, which it has backed with $13.4 billion of government loans. In a separate interview with Automotive News, LaNeve said he thinks the days of really cheap leases to drive volume are over. He would like to see GM return to leasing but hold it to 5 percent to 10 percent of sales rather than 20 percent to 25 percent. "That's proven to be bad business," LaNeve said, "That said, I think leasing is a very useful tool for some customers in some markets and in some segments."
Source:  Reuters

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Carmakers Lean Toward Higher Gas Tax to Fuel Small Car Sales

DETROIT — The auto industry is warming up to the idea of higher taxes on gasoline to force buyers to keep considering fuel-efficient and small cars. Automakers have shifted dramatically to production of small cars and expensive fuel-saving technologies partly to meet looming stricter government fuel-economy regulations. The carmakers acknowledge that raising the gas tax is an unpopular idea, but they also saw how fast consumer preference shifted toward small cars when gasoline prices topped $4 a gallon last summer. Without that economic incentive, the tide is turning back to bigger cars, crossovers and trucks. And that could be a problem for automakers such as General Motors, which are investing millions to get fuel-saving technology on the road. At the North American International Auto Show Monday, GM CEO Rick Wagoner said taxing gas or providing rebates on fuel-efficient cars "is going to be the most effective way to move the needle fast."
Source:  USA TODAY

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NADA Update
NADA Insurance to Offer Long-Term Care Insurance

To help dealers protect their loved ones and financial assets, NADA will be offering a new, long-term care insurance program with exclusive discounts to members. Through a partnership with CoolLTC, NADA members can work with long-term care specialists to design a protection program for their individual needs. Along with a choice of eight insurance companies, members can create a free living will – a savings of $350. Members can also access Care Options OnLine, which is the most comprehensive Web-based care planning and resource center designed to assist members in finding services they need to cope with disabilities or other challenges of assisted living.

“Now more than ever, wealth preservation is a major issue for our members,” said Lin Peacock, vice president of NADA Insurance. “A Wall Street Journal columnist recently cited the 10 biggest mistakes that investors make with their retirement savings. Number one on the list is failing to prepare for long-term care. Long-term care insurance is a crucial part of any sound financial plan,” Peacock added. “After all the hard work dealers put into building a business and other investments and savings, protecting assets and family welfare is the next critical step.” By partnering with CoolLTC, NADA members now have access to a choice of carriers and valuable planning tools.

“During this time of unprecedented concern over retirement savings and the financial viability of social programs such as Medicare and Social Security, we are honored to be the group that NADA has chosen to assist their members with understanding the role long-term care insurance can play in protecting them and their families against the devastating costs associated with long-term care,” said David Schaeffer, managing director of CoolLTC. The program will launch at the NADA Convention & Exposition in New Orleans Jan. 24–27.

BENEFITS FOR NADA MEMBERS -- Exclusive Discounts on Long-Term Care Insurance

  • Choice of LTC insurance plans from eight top-rated carriers that provides flexibility and a wide array of benefits and options
  • Plans that allow cash payments to family and friends for providing care
  • Discounted premiums for members and their families
  • The most accurate and up-to-date information available with all of the facts necessary to make an informed decision
  • Easy to navigate, intuitive Web site resource to answer all of your questions related to long-term care needs

For more information on the latest innovations in long-term care insurance solutions, contact Scott Lilja, NADA Insurance, (703) 749-4711 or David Schaeffer, CoolLTC, (866) 966-6558.
Source:  NADA Newswire

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Convention Hotel Rooms Still Available at NADA Rate

Advance registration for the NADA convention in New Orleans has closed, but hotel reservations are still available at the NADA rate. If you need hotel reservations for the convention, contact the hotels directly and ask for the NADA rate. The city has assured NADA that most of the hotels will comply. If you would like to register for the convention, you may do so on site beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 23. Registration will be located in Hall D of the Morial Convention Center.

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Reminder of New FTC Restrictions on Automated Telemarketing Calls

An “Existing Business Relationship” Will Not Be Enough
In 2008, the FTC adopted an amendment to the Telemarketing Sales Rule (“TSR”) that, among other things, prohibits prerecorded telemarketing calls without a consumer’s express written agreement to receive such calls.

As of Dec. 1, 2008, sellers and telemarketers (including dealers that make such calls) are required to provide a keypress or voice-activated opt-out mechanism promptly at the outset of any prerecorded message call. This requirement applies to calls delivering prerecorded messages, whether answered by the recipient in person, or answered by an answering machine or voicemail service, and requires that any prerecorded message call promptly disclose at the outset a toll-free number that a consumer may use to assert a request not to receive such calls. The rule also requires that automated calls allow the telephone to ring for at least fifteen seconds or four rings before disconnecting an unanswered call.

Under the new rule, sellers and telemarketers may, for the time being, continue to place calls that deliver prerecorded messages to consumers based on an existing business relationship (“EBR”) with that customer -- provided they do so in compliance with the new requirement that prerecorded message calls include an automated interactive keypress or voice-activated opt-out mechanism.

However, as of Sept. 1, 2009, sellers and telemarketers may not make such prerecorded calls unless they have a prior express written agreement from the recipient to receive such calls. That written agreement: (1) cannot be required (directly or indirectly) of customers as a condition of purchasing any good or service; (2) must “evidence the willingness” of the recipient to receive such calls; and (3) must include the recipient’s telephone number and signature (although such signature may be electronic in compliance with ESIGN).  

Note that this amendment differs in some regards from current FCC restrictions regarding prerecorded telemarketing calls.  If you have any questions about the FCC restrictions consult nada.org or contact our office. Click here for the amendment to the TSR.

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Convention to Host 21 Automaker Franchise Meetings at Critical Time for the Industry

Now that U.S. automakers are receiving bridge loans, attention has shifted to the NADA Convention & Exposition in New Orleans Jan. 24-27 when dealers will have an opportunity to meet face-to-face with the top leadership of the auto manufacturers. NADA’s Industry Relations Group has announced that 21 separate manufacturer franchise meetings have been confirmed at the convention.

“NADA is pleased that nearly all of the automakers’ CEOs and presidents plan to attend these important meetings,” said Annette Sykora, NADA chairman. General Motors’ Rick Wagoner, Toyota’s Jim Lentz, Chrysler’s Jim Press and Ford’s Alan Mulally are all planning to attend. Mulally will deliver the keynote industry address at the convention’s opening session on Saturday, Jan. 24. “There could not be a more important time for a dealer to attend an NADA convention and hear directly from their manufacturer,” Sykora added. "Franchise meetings offer dealers the opportunity to hear from NADA, dealer councils and the automaker’s leadership, as well as ask questions of their manufacturers directly."

“These meetings come at a critical time,” Sykora said. “Automotive retailing is going through historic changes, and there is no better place for dealers to meet and discuss the future of their industry than at the NADA convention." Information and a complete list of scheduled franchise meetings can be found at www.nada.org/convention.
Source:  NADA Newswire

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NADA Convention Features Former U.S. Presidents and Industry Leaders

The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) has assembled a lineup of leading political figures and inspirational speakers—including former U.S. presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton—to deliver remarks at its 92nd annual Convention & Exposition in New Orleans Jan. 24-27. “This year’s lineup is one of the most impressive in NADA’s history,” said Convention Chairman and auto dealer Jeff Carlson. “In line with NADA’s convention theme of ‘Committed to Community,’ former U.S. presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton join us in highlighting nationwide efforts to give back to the New Orleans community.” Last year, the NADA Charitable Foundation made a $400,000 contribution to the Brees Dream Foundation—founded by New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and wife, Brittany—to help rebuild the athletic fields at the largest public high school in New Orleans. Ford Motor Co. President and CEO Alan Mulally will deliver the keynote address during the General Assembly on Saturday, Jan. 24, following NADA Chairman Annette Sykora. Archie Manning, former Saints quarterback and NFL Most Valuable Player, and Christopher Gardner, the inspiration for the movie “The Pursuit of Happyness,” will offer motivational talks. Incoming NADA Chairman John McEleney will outline his priorities Monday, Jan. 26 for the coming year.
Source: NADA Newswire

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Carville and Matalin to Headline AFSA's Vehicle Finance Conference in New Orleans

Political commentators James Carville and Mary Matalin will give the keynote presentation at the American Financial Services Association’s (AFSA) 13th Vehicle Finance Conference and Exposition scheduled Jan. 21-23 at The Sheraton New Orleans. The husband and wife duo, who have sharply different political views, will discuss the new presidential administration during a presentation on Friday, Jan. 23. The vehicle finance conference, held just prior to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) annual convention, also will feature a panel of top industry leaders who will share their views about the current market environment as well as the traditional “Straight Talk with Dealers” session featuring the NADA leadership: John McEleney, incoming chairman; Ed Tonkin, incoming vice chairman; and Mike Martin, director from Virginia. Michael Brown from the Atlantic Auto Group will also speak. Additional sessions and round tables will focus on Risk Management, Legal and Legislative Issues, Maximizing Human Capital, the New Generation of Auto Finance Companies, Profitability Management Analytics and Operational Effectiveness and Dealing with Fraud. To register for AFSA’s meeting, visit www.vehiclefinanceconference.com.
Source:  AFSA

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NADA Convention to Focus on Future of the Industry

Now is the time to attend the industry event of the year and ensure your dealership’s success
Economic turmoil and uncertainty form the backdrop to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) convention in New Orleans. "This is a must-attend convention if there ever was one," says Steve Pitt, NADA vice president of conventions and expositions. “The fate of the industry is hanging in the balance. All of the top manufacturer executives will be there, and dealer franchise meetings are more important than ever. We're also providing new ideas and information and a series of workshops designed to help dealers get through these tough times."
 
The 2009 NADA Convention & Exposition, which runs Jan. 24-27, is offering more than 40 workshops, many of which are designed to tackle today’s tough economic issues head-on, such as maintaining dealer profitability, improving cash flow, surviving the credit crunch and driving customers back to dealerships. “Convention participants will learn what they need to do back home at their dealerships for the good of their businesses,” Pitt added. “The convention will help dealers prepare for an upcoming year of uncertainty.”

For the first time ever at a NADA convention, two former U.S. presidents will take center stage. Former presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton will deliver remarks during the general session. Ford Motor Co. President and CEO Alan Mulally will deliver the industry keynote address. Inspirational speakers Archie Manning, former quarterback of the New Orleans Saints and the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 1978, and Christopher Gardner, the inspiration for the movie “The Pursuit of Happyness” will offer motivational talks.

“This is our 92nd convention and, in many ways, it’s the most important one ever,” says Pitt. “If you’re a dealer, you have to be there.”
Source:  NADA Newswire

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Understanding the TALF

A new Web page on nada.org explains in greater detail what the Federal Reserve Board's Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF) program means to dealers and how they will benefit from the action taken on Dec. 19 to include securities backed by dealer floorplan loans as a qualifying asset class. The information is helpful in explaining this action to dealers and the media. Click here for "Understanding the TALF."
Source:  NADA Newswire

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NADA Offers Virtual Seminar Today to Help Dealers in 'Tough Times'

In response to the challenges facing dealers during these uncertain times, NADA is offering a new seminar on dealership survival, Tough Times, Tougher Dealers: Saving Your Dealership’s Assets. The seminar is being presented both as a virtual seminar and as a convention workshop at the 2009 NADA Convention & Exposition in New Orleans.

The first virtual seminar, held Dec. 18, drew more than 200 participants and lasted more than an hour, followed by a lively and informative Q & A session. As participants were not identified by name or dealership, discussion was extremely candid. NADA is offering only one more virtual seminar to be held today from 1–3 p.m. EST. The registration fee is only $50 per computer connection. Don't miss out! Register now at www.nada.org/seminars.

This seminar, presented by Michael Charapp, Esq. of Charapp & Weiss, LLP and Bradley Nicklin, CPA of Beers + Cutler, discusses the tough issues facing dealers today. It is intended to help dealers and managers understand the steps required to protect their dealerships’ assets during tough economic times.

In Tough Times, participants will learn valuable information on cash management, expense control and franchise rights issues. They will also learn how to deal with bankruptcy—both at the manufacturer and dealership level—as well as franchise terminations, brand terminations and the legal ramifications of reducing a workforce. Additionally, the speakers will present other practical considerations for surviving the tough environment, both legally and financially.

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STAR Answers Dealers' Questions About Internet Content Systems

Standards for Technology in Automotive Retail (STAR) has developed new guidelines to help dealers evaluate their dealership data security. Visit STAR's Dealer Infrastructure Guidelines (DIG) publication to learn more. To read the answer to the question "What are the things that a dealer should look for when considering any type of Internet Content System?" click here.

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Lenovo Offers New Year Savings
NADA members can now save up to 34 percent on select notebooks and all ThinkPad and IdeaPad notebooks along with all computing accessories. The discounts are available to dealership employees too. This is a limited-time offer. To take advantage of these savings, visit NADA's online PC Purchase Program (log-in required), click www.lenovo.com/shop/deals/nada, then "Special Offers," or call (800) 426-7235, Option 1, Ext. 4838. Enter eCoupon USXNEWYEAR at checkout to receive the NADA discount. Free ground shipping is available on all Web orders.

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"We had 13,000 dealers 18 years ago, so we've already cut that in half."

   
-- GM North American President Mark LaNeve, referring to a company initiative to trim brands, which also includes trimming labor and debt costs to convince the U.S. Treasury Department that it can survive and repay $13.4 billion in promised federal loans, Bloomberg, Jan. 12


"... across all manufacturers, across all segments, we are seeing a surprising trend rate on sales, beyond our expectations. We don't know if it will last all month...but we are seeing, during the first week or two, really strong business across the country."

   
-- Jim Farley, Ford Motor Co.’s group vice president for marketing and communications, Detroit Free Press, Jan. 12


"We're looking to re-enter the leasing business on at least a limited basis at some point in 2009."

    -- GM's sales chief for North America, Mark LaNeve, Reuters, Jan. 12
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Convention Workshops Keyed to Today’s Economy

Now more than ever, dealers need to meet, talk and learn how to survive in tough times. In that spirit, workshops planned for NADA’s upcoming convention in New Orleans will focus on recession-proof business operations. NADA Headlines will spotlight three convention workshops each week.

(1) Seven Powerful Principles to Reshape Your Strengths in Service

(2) How to Instantly get High Survey Scores, High Customer Retention, and Outstanding Product

(3) Blueprint for Hiring Top Performers

Powerful Principles speaker Ted Ings of Auto University will identify principles for strengthening service and delivering a superior customer experience. Participants will learn timely, easy-to-implement processes, best management practices and real-world solutions for boosting service profits under all retail conditions.

Survey Scores speaker Jeff Cowan of Jeff Cowan’s Pro Talk, Inc. will teach dealership personnel how to build rapport and establish long-lasting relationships with customers. Attendees will learn what product benefits interest customers most, when and how to present these benefits to them and what type of close works best.

Blueprint speaker Ricky Wolfe of EFG Companies will cover the behavioral traits of top performers in the retail automotive industry and outline a 7-step system to identify, recruit, hire and retain top performers.

Advance registration for the 2009 NADA Convention & Exposition is now closed. Register onsite beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 23.

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