The Women In Automotive RECHARGE! conference was a transformative experience. It not only provided a platform for women to connect and network but also served as a source of in-spiration and empowerment.
Attending an industry conference offers numerous benefits, from access to expert speakers and educational seminars to networking opportunities and personal growth. The knowledge gained and connections made at these events can have a lasting impact on both individual careers and the industry as a whole.
The team at AutoSuccess is honored to announce and congratulate the second-annual class of our Champions of Charity program.
If your company exemplifies a commitment to helping others and making a positive impact, submit your nomination!
Is there a small space in the back of your dealership, near the service area, filled with piles of paperwork patiently waiting for your warranty claims processor to attend to them? Don’t be disheartened, this is a common occurrence in most stores. However, it doesn’t have to stay this way. It’s time to take action.
The AutoSuccess Champions of Charity program recognizes the top players in the industry including manufacturers, dealerships and vendors, who are making a profound impact.
Gene Brooks of Graham Auto Mall recognized an opportunity to optimize the vehicle reconditioning process by internalizing the paint chip repair process. By partnering with Dr. ColorChip, they began performing paint repairs internally, saving costs and improving efficiency.
The third-annual awards program honors women from across the automotive industry.
Josh Potts explains how the butterfly effect impacts each member of the Mac Haik Chevrolet team from service to accounting to sales.
We are looking for candidates for this year’s Women at the Wheel program. Nominate an outstanding colleague today!
Another NADA show is in the books and, like most of the people I spoke with, I’m energized about what I saw for the future of our industry.
Kirk Firmin, fixed ops director from Florence Toyota, joins us to discuss the importance of an efficient reconditioning department.