Learn How Internet Sales are Impacting the Role of Vehicle Inspections at the Conference of Automotive Remarketing (CAR) 2004
December 18, 2003
• by Staff
CAR 2004 will hold its ninth annual conference and trade show January 21-23 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. This year’s CAR conference (the consignors’ show) will offer a broad spectrum of educational opportunities for vehicle remarketers. Speakers, panelists, and an all-star line up of industry keynoters will discuss their remarketing knowledge and insights over three days at the industry’s most comprehensive remarketing conference and trade show.
“The Changing Role of Vehicle Inspections Due to Growing Internet Sales” will be the topic of a must-attend seminar led by Kurt Biggar, vice president, sales and marketing for SGS Automotive on Thursday, January 22, from 4:30-5:00 pm. Learn how standardized inspection grading is tied to growing Internet sales and other issues related to inspections caused by the rapid growth of Internet vehicle sales. SGS Automotive Services is one of the largest vehicle inspection companies in North America, completing more than 17 million inspections each year. SGS clients include some of the world's largest vehicle manufacturing companies and leading financial institutions.
All registered CAR attendees will be eligible to attend “The Changing Role of Vehicle Inspections Due to Growing Internet Sales” and all three days of seminars, keynote speakers, IARA roundtables, and networking events. Please visit www.CARconference.com to register and view a full schedule of events, or for more information, call (800) 576-8788.
Originally posted on Fleet Financials