Leading Dealer Panel Returns for Auto Intel Summit 2020

Last year, the Auto Intel Summit had an overwhelmingly positive response to its dealer panel led by North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association (NCADA) president Bob Glaser.

Bob Glaser, President, North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association (NCADA)

That’s why Glaser will be back this year, with a team of leading dealers set to discuss the future of auto retail amid a trying 2020. What’s next for dealerships? How has digital retailing evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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And the panel is already chock full of dealers from North Carolina that help lead some of the top dealer groups in the state.

The 2020 lineup shakes out like this:

  • Denise Branch, Corporate Counsel, Crossroads Automotive Group
  • Aaron Hudson, VP of Marketing and Technology, Anderson Automotive Group
  • Erick Kirks, Marketing Director, Johnson Automotive

This year’s panel discussion, “Today’s Auto Dealerships: Managing Disruption, Innovation and the Digital Marketplace,” will broach the latest developments amid a quickly changing auto-retail environment. The panelists will also look toward this coming year and what’s next for auto (aren’t we all looking toward 2021 at this point?) 

Denise Branch, Corporate Counsel, Crossroads Auto Group

In 2019, the NCADA panel was one of the highlights of the conference. The 2019 panel featured:

  • Chris Vester, COO, Hubert Vester Auto Group
  • Erick Kirks, Marketing Director, Johnson Automotive
  • Eric Flow, President of Management Services, Flow Automotive

Did you miss the 2019 AIS, but the dealer panel sparks interest in this year’s event? Don’t worry — we’ve got you covered.

The 2019 dealer panel was recorded and went live as an Auto Remarketing podcast, which can be found below:

Give it a listen. We are looking forward to hearing this year’s dealers discuss questions on everyone’s mind in auto retail. Namely … what’s the business going to look like in 2021? Check out this session and more via the full AIS 2020 agenda. 

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