ATD Show 2019 General Session Speakers Announced

Each year, ATD brings industry experts and leading speakers to share insights on business innovations and solutions that will help drive your truck dealership into the future.

ATD Show 2019: You Asked and We Listened

Despite the highly-technological world we live in, there is no substitute for in-person and face-to-face meetings.

Managers: Get Your Dealer’s Approval to Attend NADA Show 2019

Managers of all kinds attend NADA Show to find real, actionable solutions for the issues they face in every dealership department, both today and in the years to come.

Local Dealerships and President Trump’s Workforce Initiative

In July President Trump announced an executive order establishing the President’s National Council for the American Worker and the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board.

ATD Show 2019 Offers Big Discounts for Travel and Lodging

Maximize your dealership’s ROI for attending the upcoming ATD Show 2019 in San Francisco.

Travel and Transportation Discounts for NADA Show 2019

Maximize your company’s investment by getting the best possible rates for your trip to the Automotive Industry Event of the Year.

Truck Dealer of the Year Rick Reynolds Delivers Keynote Address at ATD Academy Graduation

The ATD Academy program includes six, one-week classroom sessions over the course of a year, which includes financial management, fixed ops (parts), fixed ops (service), variable ops (pre-owned vehicles), variable ops (new vehicles) and business leadership.

New Streamlined Education Format at NADA Show 2019

NADA’s industry-leading education programming is a huge draw for dealers, managers and other auto industry players at NADA Show 2019.

Dealership Management Training – An Investment in Future Success

New-car dealers looking to invest in the future of their dealership workforce should consider enrolling their managers in the new professional-training courses developed by the National Automobile Dealers Association.

My Dealership is Local: Auto Dealers Give Back to the Towns that Support Them

“You do it to try to help your community. You do it primarily because it’s of interest to you and helps a group of people, and thereby helps the community. The stronger your community, the better off everyone is and the better our business is.”