Top dealers lead panel to kick off NIADA BHPH Dealer Forum

Three of the top dealers in the nation will kick off the NIADA Dealer Forum in November, giving their perspective of the where the market is headed and what dealers need to do to set themselves up for success.

JD Byrider’s Jim Wright, Tri-Color and Ganas Ya’s Daniel Chu, and Car Hop’s Don Griffin will take the stage during a panel discussion in the opening general session of the Dealer Forum Nov. 13-15 at the JW Marriot in Indianapolis.

Early-bird registration for NIADA dealer members ($495) runs through Friday, Oct. 13. The rate after Oct. 13 for NIADA dealers is $595. Group discounts are available at registration.

Wright, Chu and Griffin, who collectively have more than 100 BHPH rooftops throughout the nation, will provide valuable insight to dealers during the panel discussion.

“These are leaders in the BHPH industry who have their fingers on the pulse of the industry. What a great opportunity for dealers to hear where they see the market heading,” said NIADA CEO Jeff Martin.

The opening general session will also include NIADA providing industry benchmarks for dealers to consider as they enter their roundtable discussions. Each attendee will be given a workbook during the session to help guide them through the dealer driven roundtables to take place the following day.

The dealer driven roundtables will be the centerpiece of the event. Each dealer in attendance will be assigned a specific group matched to their dealership’s operation. Seasoned BHPH dealers will lead the group through discussions on lead generation, sales and inventory; service center and reconditioning; collections; and access to capital; among other topics.

In addition to the roundtables, the hands-on breakout sessions will feature NIADA 20 Group moderators and industry leaders guiding attendees through best practices in the service department, collection and sales calls and underwriting.

Register today to join NIADA in Indianapolis.

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