In 1917, the United States population was 101,961,000 people. A loaf of bread cost 7 cents, a postage stamp cost 2 cents, and the average price of a car was $400. It was also the year that the National Automobile Dealers Association was founded in Washington DC when a group of dealers joined forces to lobby Congress to reduce the 5% luxury tax on private cars. Fast forward 100 years, and Commercial Truck Trader is contributing to this rich history by attending NADA’s 100th annual conference and expo, January 27-29. We had a sleek and futuristic 20×20 booth in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana that contained 4 website demo stations and 2 meeting spaces that lead to some highly productive and engaging conversations. The expo itself featured more than 500 exhibitors and 23,000 attendees. There was also a series of 68 NADA Workshops to choose from, including a presentation from CTT’s very own Director of Strategic Initiatives, Charles Bowles, entitled ‘The Sale Begins Before You Meet The Prospect.’ Charles was even selected to present to a group of Brazilian auto dealers. We thoroughly enjoyed our time at #NADA100 and look forward to what next year’s meeting will bring!
Pictured left to right: Advertising Sales Account Executive Joel Pierson, Marketing Event Coordinator Lauren Ciampoli, Director Sales/Management Development Shane Pierce, National Sales Director Shalynn Haddox, Vice President of Sales Harry Flaris, President of Dominion Commercial Solutions Lori Stacy, Regional Sales Manager Mike Eichler, Marketing Coordinator Brittany Miller, Vice President of Operations Amanda Ayala, President and COO of Dominion Enterprises and Dominion Dealer Solutions Jack Ross, Director of Strategic Initiatives Charles Bowles, Director of Marketing Jennifer Green-Neff
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