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West Hollywood, CA, United States, 2011/01/04 - NADA Convention 2011 plays host to the thousands of the nation's new car and truck dealers, automobile manufacturers, and sales training experts, such as Grant Cardone, who attend the automotive industry event of the year.
NY Times Best Selling Author and Automotive Sales Training Expert, Grant Cardone, will present an automotive sales and management workshop created specifically for this year’s National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention 2011.
The workshop titled, “Strategies to Dominate the Competition” provides priceless information on exact strategies dealers must employ to take advantage of an improving market and separate themselves from the competition. “My missions in life for the last twenty-five years have been to help people further develop their businesses and aid those who wish to succeed in succeeding.” says Grant, “There exist basic, achievable, and distinct actions that will make sure you and your business thrive and that will allow you to take market share away from your competitors. Now is the chance to learn exactly what you must do so that you can advance and triumph over the market and create your own economy.”
Being the biggest annual event of its kind, the NADA Convention will take place this year in San Francisco, CA from February 5-7, 2011 at the Moscone Center with special workshops and a Welcome Reception co-hosted by J.D. Power and Associates on Friday, February 4, 2011.
Grant Cardone’s “Strategies to Dominate the Competition” Workshop will be held on:
• Friday, February 4 at 1:30pm - Room 2006 -2008
• Saturday, February 5 at 11:00am - Room 2009 West
• Sunday, February 6 at 11:00am - Room 2009 West
Grant Cardone is best known for releasing a series of best-selling books, Sell to Survive and If You’re Not First, You’re Last which hit the NY Times Best Sellers list in 2010. With over 25 years of experience in the automotive sales industry, he frequently appears on CNBC, Fox News and MSNBC. Most recently, he worked with NADA to successfully exclude auto dealers from the Bank Reform Bill.