Is your dealership transparent? We live in a world where people value, and often expect transparency. Customers go out of their way to find the information they want. Most conduct at least 13 hours of research online before buying a car. If your dealership isn’t providing the information they seek, customers will go somewhere else to find it.

Register for my webinar with Wards Auto to learn specific tactics to sell more cars and increase gross profit by leveraging transparency.

The Future is Clear: How to Increase F&I Profit
in the Transparency Economy
Thursday, April 12
2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PST
Register

In my webinar, you'll discover:

  • What the transparency economy is and how it’s transforming car-buying
  • The truth about negotiation and consumer preferences, and how your pricing strategy really affects your bottom line
  • The most important factor customers use when deciding which dealership to buy from
  • How to win more customers, gain a competitive advantage, and increase PVR $500-$700

The webinar format will be an interactive 30-minute presentation followed by a 15 minute Q&A session. I hope you'll join us! 

If you can't make it, register and we'll send you the recording afterwards.

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