Dealership examples of

Dealer Week online

With Dealer Week being entirely online in 2020, there are many ways to use it in your dealership. You could train as a team, as a department or individually. You could even recreate the event in your own dealership like some ofthe dealers below are doing! Check out what these 5 dealers are doing to get ideas! Happy learning. 

PS: Yes, the event is over, but this doesn't mean you can't still participate! Register to gain access to all the content until March 31 and make it a training day in your dealership. 

Hagadone Marine Group used Dealer Week as a company wide and safely distanced in-person training opportunity. 
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Bobcaygeon, Ontario, Canada

Buckeye Marine

& Dealer Week 

“We looked at the cost of what we normally would have spent — normally we would have sent managers, typically about 4 to 5 people — so to send 13 to Dealer Week’s virtual event is still saving us a bunch of money,” Carly Poole explained. “We’re happy and excited to be able to include so many of our staff for a couple of reasons.”

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Hagadone Marine Group

& Dealer Week 

Hagadone Marine, which values personal growth, has a lot of new people attending Dealer Week because the content is well rounded, applicable and encourages improvement.

South Portland, Maine

Port Harbor Marine

& Dealer Week 

“The thing we liked a lot was the platform,” Rob Soucy said. “They liked how you could navigate through it and still have the education going in the little window. I’m excited about the event now, and I think these guys are now, too.”

Seattle, Washington

Seattle Boat Company

& Dealer Week 

Dealer Week going virtual in 2020 offered a perfect answer to their situation. After studying the speakers and educational topics, they decided to create a plan for all their team members.

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Rancho Cordova, California

Superior Boat Sales

& Dealer Week 

“The way I look at it, we save so much money not traveling to the event this year, that I’m going to register virtually every person on my staff,” he explained, “and then we will close down for three days, and we’ll create an atmosphere like we are at the conference.”