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Dealers can reshape auto retailing by embracing new business models and developing value propositions that meet the needs of today's consumers, says Don Flow, CEO of Flow Automotive Cos.
In today's world, every dealership is under great pressure to take care of the customer. There are several effective strategies for winning new customers and keeping the old ones.
The 100 Best Dealerships To Work For stand out from their rivals. That is an enormous advantage in a market where dealerships are too often portrayed as all alike.
Motorcars Honda was presented with Cox Automotive's Leader in Sustainability Award during Automotive News' 100 Best Dealerships To Work For event.
On Friday, dealership employees recharge before a busy Saturday. Many of these dealerships know how to close the weekdays right, with fun, fiestas and food.
The Best Dealerships To Work For all give back to their communities in some form. But the Kunes Country Auto Group stands out for its charity.
For these three Rhode Island dealerships, there's no better place to hold a meeting and build a team than the local Bo's Bar and Billiards.
Penske Automotive Group has reduced its turnover rate across the company by 3 percentage points over the past year with big changes to its hiring process.
These dealerships are flexible on hours. In one case, they ask employees when they want to work, and then design the schedule around that. Here's how it works.
Many of Automotive News' Best Dealerships To Work For have also received local or national recognition from other groups or publications.
Successful dealerships say it pays to let employees voice concerns without giving their names and through multiple communication options.
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