The Best Deal in Town!

Friday, May 11, Downtown Manchester Hotel

The NHADA Business Education Conference includes twelve business education sessions, with four held at a time in three time slots. Plan to bring your management team.

Check out the pricing: $89 first attendee, $79 second, $69 third, the fourth FREE, and additional attendees at $59 per person. You really can’t afford to miss it!

Topics focus on leadership, F&I, Sales, Millennials, Workforce, Online Merchandising, Digital Marketing, and Fixed Ops/Customer Experience. To learn more and register, go to:

“F&I Best Practice: Front End Gross is so Compressed! Seven Tips on Getting the Most out of Each Deal”

“More Efficient Customer Awareness: Sticking to the Basics with Today’s Customers While Eliminating Time Killers”

“Compliance: Are You Protected? Hot Topics and Real World Violations We See in Stores”

Ken Zwigart, American Financial & Automotive Services, Inc., an NHADA Diamond Partner

“Connecting the Dots Between Effective Online Merchandising and Profitable Growth”

Russ Daniels, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, HomeNet Automotive, a Cox Automotive Company and NHADA Diamond Partner

“Turn One-Time Visitors into Lifetime Customers”

Jim Roche, Vice President, Marketing & Managed Services, Xtime, a Cox Automotive Company, an NHADA Diamond Partner

“Digital Marketing”

Andy MacLeay, Director of Digital Marketing, Cox Automotive or Mike Rother, General Manager,, a Cox Automotive Company, an NHADA Diamond Partner

“The Four Decisions Business Owners/Leaders Must Get Right”

“Attracting, Developing and Retaining Top Talent”

“Fail-Safe Leadership: Straight Talk About Correcting the Leadership Challenges in Your Organization”

Bill Napolitano, ProActive Leadership Group, an NHADA Bronze Partner

“Proven Ideas for Successfully Increasing the Pool of Techs and Other Employees at Your Company”

Panel will be led by NHADA Recruiter Jessica Dade and will include:
Rick Gauthier, Service Director at Banks Chevrolet-Cadillac-Buick-GMC, Inc. and an NHAEF Director;
Dan Weed, Weed Family Automotive
Marc Bellerose, Automotive Technology Department Chair at Manchester Community College; and
Scott Mayotte, Automotive Instructor at Concord Regional Technical Center

“Strategically Understanding & Maximizing the Strengths of the Millennial Generation For the Future of the Workplace”

“How the Best Brands Build Trust and Credibility Among Millennials”

Matt Harrington, Growing Millennial Leadership, Harrington Brands

For additional information on the above sessions go to: