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Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR) 2004 Presents All-Star Lineup of Speakers and Panelists

September 04, 2003

The confirmed speakers for Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR 2004) include some of the most influential leaders in automotive remarketing. They will share their collective knowledge, industry insights, and market forecasts for 2004 and beyond at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on January 21-23, 2004.

The panelists will discuss a broad spectrum of remarketing issues, including the latest developments in upstream remarketing; new remarketing techniques and technology; the latest trends in fleet, factory, and daily rental consignments; and much more. The two keynote speakers are Don Esmond of Toyota Motor Sales, and Chip Perry of AutoTrader.com. Other influential speakers and presenters include: Jeff Heichel of General Motors Fleet & Commercial Operations; Keith Helfrich of DaimlerChrysler; Kent Pace of Toyota, Mark Haws of Advantage RAC; Dave Langley of American Honda; Dennis Eisenbrey of Household Automotive Finance; Raj Sundaram of Automotive Leasing Guide (ALG); Tony Moorby of Flying Lion; Chuck Parker of Automotive Digest; Pierre Pons of TPC Management; and Charlie Vogelheim of Kelley Blue Book; Rob Chesney of E-Bay; Tim Finley of Suzuki; Dave Alfonso of Kia; Mike Sheinson of FLD; Corey Schlossmann of Nationwide Auctions; Kevin McGrath of Eastern Fleet Mktg.; Bob Graham of ARI; Henry Paetzel of General Mills; Mike McHale of GM’s Smart Auction; Stephen Houston of WFS; Dick Raines of CarFax; Steve Piccinati of Bank of America; Stuart Angert of RSA; David Walsh of Autodaq; and Jay Fahrendorff of ABC Auctions.

CAR 2004 is the industry remarketing conference designed specifically for consignors. To register or receive more information, please call 800-576-8788 or go to www.caremkt.com.

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