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Staffing: How to Get Your F&I Office Sized Right

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How many F&I managers should a store have given its sales volume? At what point does an F&I department need a director? Attend to learn how to right-size this profit center to best serve the needs of both your dealership and your customers. FREE

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Speaker
John Malishenko
COO
Germain Motor Company

Webinar Summary

How many F&I managers should a store have given its sales volume? How do you staff without “building the church for Easter,” i.e., making sure you have enough people available for the peak periods without having excess people twiddling their thumbs at other times? At what point does an F&I department need a director?

Speaker
Dustin Walters
General Manager
Friendship Hyundai of Johnson City, Tennessee

These are some of the issues that senior executives from dealership groups of differing sizes and locales will tackle in this Access F&I Webinar. Join us to learn and discuss how to right-size this profit center to best serve the needs of both your dealership and your customers.

Moderator
Jim Treece
Retail Editor, Automotive News

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