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NVLA Celebrates 40 Years

February 01, 2008

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The National Vehicle Leasing Association’s (NVLA) Annual Conference Exposition and Auto Show will take place Jun 11–14 at the J.W. Marriott Camelback Inn in Scottsdale, Arizona. The theme this year, “Looking Back, Moving Forward,” provides an opportunity to reflect on the accomplishments of the last 40 years and plan for the next 40.

 

This year’s keynote speakers include Art Spinella, president, CNW Research; Tom Kontos, VP, Industry Relations & Analytical Services, Adesa Inc.; and Charles Vogelheim, VP, J.D. Power, as well as a special guest speaker.

The conference will kick off on Wed., Jun. 11, and continue through Sat., Jun. 14. Educational opportunities at the conference include:

Concurrent Half Day Workshops:

  • ABC’s & 123’s: How to Get Into the Leasing Business
    Making the Move From Lease Broker to Lessor

Industry Specific Roundtables, Workshops and Seminars

  • Alternative-Fuel Forum and Exposition
    Sales and Marketing Focus
    Revenue Opportunities for Your Leasing Business
    How to Hire and Fire Effectively
    Tax & Accounting Issues
    Sales Management 101: Setting Goals and Motivating Staff
    Navigating Generation Gaps in the Workforce
    Lease Funding for Lessors
    Credit Union Lessors Roundtable
    How to Plan and Execute an Effective Sales Meeting
    Legal, Legislative, Tag and Title Update 2008
    Consumer Lessor Roundtable
    Fleet Lessors Roundtable

 

For more information, call 800-225-NVLA, or visit at www.nvla.org.

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