The NADA Foundation’s Emergency Relief Fund was established in 1992 to provide aid to auto and truck dealership employees impacted by natural disasters.
University president Dr. Kent MacDonald said that regardless of the devastation, the university is working hard to welcome students back this fall by rebuilding athletic facilities, renovating classrooms, and engineering the campus so that it’s better protected against flooding in the future.
Increasingly stringent data security and privacy laws mean that technology providers will play a critical role in meeting these requirements for dealerships.
Reopening dealerships safely requires a comprehensive checklist that includes every aspect of the business: facilities, inventory and employees.
With local governments contemplating re-opening economies and workers in desperate need of paychecks, employers must prioritize health benefits and give employees the safety and peace of mind they need to resume their lives.
There’s a great opportunity for dealerships despite COVID-19 disruptions. That’s what Matt Niess, director of Business Development at Automotive-Mastermind, wants business owners to know in the Lifeline Series webinar.
The role truck dealers play during a pandemic is critical. Ray Grapsy, ATD 20 Group consultant, presented the best ideas from 20 Group truck dealers in the lifeline series webinar The Best Ideas from ATD 20 Groups: In Times of COVID-19 Pandemic.
Due to the coronavirus, new-vehicle sales have plummeted 34% in March…hundreds of showrooms are dark, with 22 states enforcing restrictions on in-person sales…and many businesses have shuttered under numerous shelter-in-place measures. Under these circumstances, dealers are rightly turning to online sales.
Dealerships are powerful economic engines for America, and cash flow is the fuel that runs the motor. But right now, the gauge is nearing empty. Here’s how to start filling up.
The latest in NADA’s Dealership Lifeline Webinar series addresses the literal lifeline of your employees, your customers and all those involved when someone tests positive for the novel coronavirus—or has a suspected infection.
In this period of enormous economic strain, knowing the new tools that the IRS provides is the first step to a manageable and successful tax season.