RVDA Expo/Convention registration opens

FAIRFAX, Va. — RVDA announced registration is open for the 2017 RV Dealers International Convention/Expo, Nov. 6-10.

“All of a dealership’s gears—sales, service, parts, and F&I– must function together to keep the business running. Education powers the gears,” a release from RVDA stated.

Bring your top performers for a week of training focused on dealers and fixed-operations managers, leadership development, networking, and competing in today’s marketplace. With education tracks for dealer/GMs, sales, service, parts, F&I, rental, and social media/eMarketing, they’ll learn about:

  • Cash conversions in F&I
  • Advanced topics for the service department
  • Leadership development for young RV executives
  • New concepts for merchandising the store
  • Digital marketing tips
  • Latest ideas in Internet advertising, measuring effectiveness, and increasing ROI
  • Mini rental school (included in registration fee)

Register by June 30 to get the low, early bird rate of $609 for your first registrant. You’ll also lock in a lower rate of $589 for everyone else you bring, no matter when they sign up.

If you’ve registered for the convention and want to bring employees to attend just the Vendor Training +Plus program, you can register them for that program for $229 per person. The Vendor Training +Plus badge will also give the holder access to the expo and the opening reception on Nov. 7.

Click here for a fillable or printable registration form.

SOURCE: RVDA press release




Darian Armer

Darian Armer

Darian Armer was the assistant editor for RV Daily Report from 2015 to 2017. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband, twins and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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  • Dave Gray says:

    I would like to be a presenter at this Convention/Expo. Dealers really need to learn how to correctly match tow vehicles and trailers. The vast majority of dealers are stuck in an antiquated method that no longer works. It appears towing safety is hardly on the radar. However, I doubt they would be able to afford my services.

  • Brent Robinson says:

    What are your credentials Mr. Grey? I’d be glad to put a good word in for you if you are a trainer. Safety is always of the up-most concern at these conventions. I only wish more Dealers and Manufacturers would attend. Maybe we can help that. I’m guessing you “Mr. Grey” had a bad experience with a dealer. They are not all the same and I spend a great deal of time training our staff on towing safety.

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