SANTA MONICA, Calif. - Dealership University returns to Dealer Expo in February, presenting a full range of business seminars for dealership owners, managers, supervisors and those pursuing advanced careers in powersports retail management.
Dealership University is bringing a brand-new curriculum to Dealer Expo, Feb. 15-17, 2013, to address specific challenges and opportunities faced by retailers in the next 12 to 18 months. The extensive, certification-based program is presented as part of the Dealernews Learning Experience at Dealer Expo, which also will include special forum sessions and new product demonstrations.
The bonus: All educational seminars, forums and product demo sessions are offered free to registered attendees.
“We’re very excited to once again be providing the educational program at the 2013 Dealer Expo," said Rod Stuckey, president of Dealership University. Stuckey, along with Dealership University's Tory Hornsby, are regular columnists for Dealernews.
"The new economy is continuing to emerge, and with this changing landscape brings forth brand-new challenges and opportunities," Stuckey said. "Our team of experts will be covering these challenges and opportunities in a real-time, real-world, in-depth curriculum that dealers can immediately leverage to improve their business performance and profitability.”
Dealership University seminars will be presented on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings, leaving the afternoons open for dealers and retailers to conduct business on the exhibit floor.
Those attending each seminar program in Indy will receive a Certificate of Completion from Dealership University and Dealer Expo.