(Fairfax, VA) RVDA has released the three most popular educational sessions now available on demand through the RV Dealers Convention/Expo website.
A number of sessions and Vendor Training +Plus classes can be accessed via virtual.rvda.org through January 31. After the first month of accessibility, three workshops have garnered the most views.
- To Infinity and Beyond: Marketing to the Next Generation of RV Buyers, Sara McGuire and Kseniya Savelyeva, Constellation Dealership Group. This session shares insights into how you can market to the new generation of RVers
- The Unknown Road Ahead: Understanding the 2022 Economic Outlook and Its Impact on Your Dealership, Vijay Chandar, Morgan Stanley. This session discusses the current state of the economy and market forecasts for the RV industry.
- How to Navigate a Historic Opportunity in Your Service Department, McKay Allen, Kenect. The session looks explores specific ways to save time in parts and service departments and make the experience more convenient for your customers.
This on-demand portion of the RV Dealer Convention/Expo provides dealers with information on topics that cover important areas of dealer operations. The content is available 24/7 and features top speakers from the 2021 RV Dealers Convention/Expo as well as popular Vendor Training +Plus sessions. An online exhibit hall also features RV industry partners who are looking to form profitable partnerships with RV dealers.
In addition to the educational opportunities, dealers will have access to 151 vendor booths featuring videos, catalogs, brochures and new products and promotions.
There also are several online networking opportunities, discussion boards, and the ability to interact with other attendees virtually.
Those who attended the Convention/Expo in person can access the on-demand content at no additional charge.
RVDA dealer members who did not attend can access the content for $49 and non-members can access it for $99. The platform is available to non-exhibiting associate members for $79 and to non-member industry personnel for $149.