Each year, ATD members and ATD Show attendees select the topics they would like to discuss during our popular peer-to-peer learning sessions known as The Exchange.
I’m pleased to tell you about ATD’s new study, Commercial Truck Dealer Future Landscape. And it will help make sure that you and your dealerships have a bright and clear path ahead.
John Arscott, CEO of The Pete Store in Baltimore, Md., is one of seven nominees for 2018 Truck Dealer of the Year – a national award that recognizes commercial-truck dealers for business performance, industry and civic leadership and community service.
Kenworth Truck Co. honors New England Kenworth in Burlington, Vt., for 40 years in business at a national dealer meeting in 2016. From left to right: Preston Feight, former general manager of Kenworth; MaryBeth Alosa and Denise Alosa with their father, Joe Alosa, from New England Kenworth; and Kevin Baney, assistant general manager of sales and marketing for Kenworth Truck Co.
The American Truck Dealers (ATD), Heavy Duty Trucking magazine and Procede Software today announced the nominees for the 2018 Truck Dealer of the Year – a national award that recognizes commercial-truck dealers for business performance, industry leadership and community service.
“I wish there had been an ATD Academy when I started in business,” said Bob Nuss, president of Nuss Truck Group in Rochester, Minn., which employs 320 people at eight locations.
The outstanding case that will be heard by the Supreme Court this month is: Do dealership service advisors fall within the federal “salesmen, partsmen and mechanics” overtime pay exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act?