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CAPE MAY, N.J. -- Christian dealership leaders and industry experts have united to boldly offer a first of its kind, two-day, biblically-based conference March 13 to 14 at the Charlotte Speedway in Concord, N.C.

Fourteen breakout sessions and seven panel discussions will teach the attendees how to run every profit center in the dealership ethically and morally in order to increase profit and return on investment -- all supported by the timeless principles found in the Bible.

Dave Anderson, an international speaker, automotive leadership trainer and president of Learn to Lead, will address the body as keynote speaker. Anderson is also the author of 12 books, including How to Run Your Business by THE BOOK and How to Lead by THE BOOK. Presiding over the two-day event and providing spiritual guidance and reflection will be Pastor Tim Chambers, from Shore Fellowship Church, in Egg Harbor Township, N.J.

"The founders of Automotive Super Conference, with audacious faith, have structured the context of the workshops to encompass seven core expressions and five core values, all responding to the kind of change today’s consumers are seeking," said Tom Wiegand, one of the presenters.

“Our vision is to connect our love of Christ with the heart of the auto industry. In this fast pace, ever- changing society we live in, we must embrace the timeless biblical teachings, which have no expiration date, to operate our businesses to new levels of prosperity while remaining ethically responsible,” added Managing Member Craig Lockerd.

“Business leaders are tired of whims and fads, or flavor of the month strategies which come and go," said Anderson. "They want to get their business back to sound principles, and they want to make sure their leadership is built on a foundation of rock to not only withstand the tsunami of change that is going on in the world and in our industry, but to thrive and prosper through it like they never have before.”

Almost 30 industry experts and dealership leaders will present a dynamic lineup of topics, such as:

Recruiting and Training
Social Media
Compliance
F&I
Synergy
Fixed Operations
Branding and Marketing
Phone Skills
Innovative Prospecting

Interactive workshops and in-depth panel discussions covering challenging and hard-hitting themes will provide for engaging and audacious conversation with collaborative problem-solving, Wiegand explained.

"Although the attendees will have two solid days of a rigorous agenda, 'All work and no play' is not the motto at this conference," he added. "A pace car ride around the track will provide for an exciting and thrilling diversion and a rather exquisite meal plan is included in the cost of the modest registration fee. Those attending will have opportunities to browse the vendor exhibit hall and learn about various services and products being offered in the marketplace."

To learn more and register for How to Run Your Dealership by the Book, visit www.automotivesuperconference.com. There visitors can navigate the pages and learn more about the presenters, the agenda and the venue, and even register online. Vendors may obtain information about sponsorship or hosting a display booth in the exhibition hall.

This conference, How to Run Your Dealership by the Book is the first of many to be offered. The founders of Automotive Super Conference, LLC plan to host conferences of this type in various geographical locations. Anderson said, “This could be a once in a lifetime opportunity to engage with other like-minded people and absorb this ancient wisdom that will help you face and capitalize on contemporary opportunities and to solve real world problems. This conference can change your life.”

For more information, call Tom Wiegand at 443.910.7702 or e-mail tom@1teamsynergy.com.

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