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“Focus on Future Residuals” at the Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR)

December 04, 2003

CAR 2004 will hold its ninth annual conference and trade show at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas January 21-23. This year’s CAR (known as the consignors’ show) will offer a broad spectrum of educational opportunities for vehicle remarketers. Speakers, panelists, and an all-star lineup of industry keynoters will discuss their remarketing knowledge and insights over three days at the industry’s most comprehensive remarketing conference and trade show.

“Focus on Future Residuals” will be the topic of one of the “must attend” seminars on Friday, January 23, from 9:00 – 9:45 a.m. The moderator of this seminar will be Jay Fahrendorff of Auction Broadcasting Company. Fahrendorff has more then 25 years of experience in the used-vehicle industry and has worked for companies such as Gambles C&M Leasing, Dart & Kraft Leasing, and Associates Leasing. The panel of industry experts will include Raj Sundaram of ALG; Charles Vogelheim of Kelley Blue Book (and CAR emcee); Scott Lilja of NADA; Rene Abdalah of RVI Group; and Jie Cheng of JD Power & Associates. Panelists represent the leading guidebooks and automotive research companies and will share their industry expertise on future residuals.

“This is my second year as emcee of the Conference of Automotive Remarketing, and I am looking forward to another great show. CAR attracts a broad range of remarketing professionals, it’s always a great opportunity for networking,” said Vogleheim.

All registered CAR attendees are eligible to attend all three days of seminars, keynote speakers, along with the IARA Roundtable, and networking events. Visit to register and view a full schedule of events or, for more information, call (800) 576-8788.

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