If you don’t make money with used and fixed where are you going to make it?
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You will learn More in a Half Day than you have learned in the past 10 years!
- Learn Processes That are easy and effective
- Learn how to get more trades and purchase less cars
- Learn How to beat the Internet Used Car Game
- Lean How to drive more traffic to your front door
- Learn from Tommy Gibbs, the best Used Car Trainer in the Country!
By Tommy Gibbs
If you’ve ever attended one of my workshops, you know how much I focus on driving your average cost per unit in stock down. As a quick review, it’s imperative that we not be in the “NEWSCAR” business. That’s when your average price per unit in stock continues to creep up to a point where you are too close in average cost per unit in stock to your new vehicles. It’s an easy trap to fall into. The bottom line is the more your average cost moves up the more your ROI continues to go down. There are fewer butts that can fit in these more expensive cars and thus they are going to turn a lot slower. Even if you end up making a decent gross, the ROI is not very good because it sat on your lot so long. We are better off turning three $10,000 cars multiple times than one $30,000 not so very often. So, the questions always comes up, where do I find cheaper cars? We would all agree that those are the same cars everyone else is trying to buy at the auction. It’s really not so much about going out and buying cheaper cars, but stepping up on the right cars at the door, and…
When Tommy spends a day with the members of your management team, the results from the 1/2 workshop become ten fold… Book it NOW!
Our new and exciting Half Day Used Car Workshop titled “This Ain’t No Mutual Fund, It’s a Short Term Stock, Think Like a Day Trader” will change your used car world forever.
“Used Car Intensity Training Program.”
- Breaking down data
- Asset Management and ROI
- Taking advantage of the Internet
- Appraisal Accountability
- Managing Water
- SETS & SUBSETS
- Advertising and Marketing