(Fairfax, VA) – As many dealers enter their winter training season, the RV Dealers Convention/Expo remains on-demand for employees to access until January 31.
For those that have not registered yet, the platform provides more than 40 education workshops, nearly twenty Vendor Training +Plus sessions, discussion boards, and virtual exhibitor booths.
“Based on feedback we’ve received so far, dealers are enjoying the digital setting,” said RVDA President Phil Ingrassia. “There are several elements from this year’s event that can be repeated when we return to an in-person convention, which is scheduled for November 2021 in Las Vegas.”
Session topics cover sales, fixed operations, F&I, digital marketing, general management issues, and more.
“The team took a complex live event packed with speakers and exhibitors and switched to online,” said Debbie Brunoforte of Little Dealer, Little Prices, in Mesa, AZ. “The end result far exceeded my expectations.”
“In these unfamiliar times the virtual convention expo provided invaluable and actionable information to plan and forecast for next year,” said Tim O’Brien, Circle K RV’s, in Lapeer, MI.
“The agenda was easy to follow and the ability to customize my sessions was greatly appreciated,” said Veronica Rivera of the Florida RV Trade Association. “I did miss the ability to interact with everyone after the sessions, but all in all it was good to see the convention came together online with ease.”
The virtual convention is presented by RVDA, RVDA of Canada, and the Mike Molino RV Learning Center. Follow the convention on social media using #RVDAConEx.