Chris Costner
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  • Chesapeake, VA
  • United States
  • RK Automotive Group - Virginia…
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Which best describes you?
What company do you work for (or own)?
RK Automotive Group - Virginia Beach, Virginia
What is your current position within your organization?
Sales Director / Director of Recruiting & Development
What is your company website?
What is your Facebook page/URL?
http://ADP * Dealer Specialties * vAuto * Dealer.Com * WhosCalling ...
What is your LinkedIn page/URL?
http://PHONE or EMAIL
How did you specifically hear about DealerELITE? If referred, who?
Invited by Chris Saraceno
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I have over ten years of automotive retail experience and have been associated with Greenbrier Automotive Group for the past eight years. In any job capacity, I treat each customer as an individual, not another number. I take pride in providing my services with integrity and accountability. I have a long history of quality customer service and follow the "customer for life" principle of doing business.

I am technically proficient in selling cars using the internet as well as traditional automotive sales. I can motivate all staff in any dealership. I have the "know how" for effective website management. I am very analytical and have built a solid, well-rounded foundation for myself to be successful in the automotive retail industry.

Chris Costner's Blog

It's Summer: No Time For Shortcuts

Posted on June 24, 2010 at 12:24pm 0 Comments

For most of us, geographically speaking, the hot summer months are upon us and the daily grind out on the car lot can take its toll on our sales agents.

Looking back on some of the basics in regards to the ”road to the sale” that we all memorized and practiced when we first entered the business and still should be, I see sales agents that continue to take shortcuts and still believe that they will end up with a car deal. Yes, we all know the car deal can still happen but how…


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