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Cory Wright

Cory Wright Director of Training

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Name: Cory Wright
Title: Director of Training
Company: CallRevu
Phone: Private
Location: Private , Private
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Cory Wright, Director of Training for CallRevu, started as a lot attendant at the age of 16 and moved on to sell cars, manage the desk, and run a BDC. Cory has worked for over 7 years at CallRevu, helping dealers improve their customer experience and increase revenue as a result of his webinar, video, and in-person training sessions.

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How Service Advisors Can Keep Your Clients Coming Back

How Service Advisors Can Keep Your Clients Coming Back

After an economic shutdown like the United States is just emerging from, no one really knows what to expect. In the modern era, it’s foreign terr…

How to Make the Most of Your Auto Leads in the Post-Pandemic Market

How to Make the Most of Your Auto Leads in the Post-Pandemic Market

Digitizing car sales lead generation has never replaced the need for skilled marketing and salespeople in an auto dealership. This is truer today than ever…

Making the Best of Time During the Worst of Times

Making the Best of Time During the Worst of Times

The retail car business in North America can be incredibly taxing on its employees. From 12-hour days to uncertain paychecks – salespeople can go fro…

Baking the Cake of Virtual Retailing: How to Interact as We Transact

Baking the Cake of Virtual Retailing: How to Interact as We Transact

It’s no April Fools’ joke that Apple became a company on April 1, 1976. In 1984 telephone companies as we knew them began to break-up. A su…

Safety First When Employees Come Back

Safety First When Employees Come Back

Employees are slowly starting to come back into the office as states begin to open up and minimize restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Are you …

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