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Announcing the 2nd Annual DrivingSales Presidents Club

 

We’re very excited to announce that DrivingSales will hold it's 2nd Annual Presidents Club event for the top CEOs and General Managers in the industry. The meeting will be held again in New York City at the Grand Hyatt New York, April 15-16, 2014. Last year was a big success as we introduced a new elite event specifically for the most innovative leaders in the industry with Seth Godin as our keynote speaker. 

The Presidents Club is a private meeting for Dealer Principals, industry Presidents and General Managers to gather and study the trends regarding the three most important assets in operating a dealership:

  • Your capital
  • Your brand
  • Your people

 

The always entertaining Gary Vaynerchuk will be sharing case studies from his latest best-selling book, Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook. He’ll look at the way clear campaigns have punched through the noise and caused many brands to grow through digital marketing and social media. Gary is a marketing trailblazer and one of the great marketing minds of today. Dealers will get a chance to meet Gary and receive a signed copy of his new book!

In addition to Gary Vaynerchuk, we will be bringing in an economist to shed light on some buy/sell trends in the market and we will be studying new and unreleased research regarding automotive retailing. We will also discuss the latest leadership practices for the most innovative dealerships.

The event is designed to be ultra intimate, giving the dealers ample face time with the experts in attendance and to facilitate a high level of networking. 

We invite the Dealer Principals and General Managers of the DrivingSales community to attend.  

Club FAQ

When and where is the event?
The event will be held April 15-16 at the Grand Hyatt New York. Attendees of the DrivingSales Presidents Club are invited to attend a special Press Preview Day of the New York International Auto Show on Thursday, April 17.

Who should attend?
The meeting is for Dealer Principles, General Managers, and their guests.  Dealership managers such as Marketing Managers, Sales Managers, etc. are welcome as guests of their Dealer Principal and GM.

Will I meet Gary Vaynerchuk?
Yes, the event will have a limited amount of attendees, and Gary has agreed to stay after to sign books and mingle with the Dealers in attendance.

What topics will be covered?
The meeting will focus on the three most important assets in running a dealership: your capital, your brand and your people.

What is the attire?
Business Casual

Robert Karbaum
Wish I was going. *sad face*

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