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Dealer Closing Represents New Opportunities

Dont Let Your Dealer Go Up In Smoke!

Don’t Let Your Dealer Go Up In Smoke! Protect Your Assets by Going Back to Basics!

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Everything Must Go! No, really. We’re serious!

How desperate are some dealers in this time of crisis? How about half price cars? It may sound silly, but that’s what Pohanka Chrysler-Dodge has to do in the next week to empty out their inventory according to CNN. On June 9, Pohanka’s franchise to sell new Chryslers and Dodges will be terminated, along with those of almost 800 other Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep dealers nationwide. Ray O’Bryhim, the owner,  cannot legally sell any new cars he has left after June 9 — and because the manufacturer is in bankruptcy protection it isn’t obligated to take them back. Hundreds of dealers are in the same place as them. It sounds like some cheap commercial, but EVERY car really must go by the time June 9th comes around. Ever car that isn’t is lost money. Read More »

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Exciting Your Potential Buyers May Be A Wii Away!

Food for thought:

Video games have become as culturally pervasive as movies. In 2007, video games generated US$9.5-billion in revenues, while movies took in US$9.6-billion at the box office. Today, players come from both genders, and all age groups and, with the introduction of Nintendo’s Wii, can involve the whole family. Read More »

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Will You Buy Your Next Car from Wal-Mart?

brilliance-m3-01You know we all do it. Sure, we try to patronize the local grocer, but sometimes Wal-Mart is cheaper or more convenient. If you want the cheapest gallon of milk, a quick quart of oil or even a reasonably priced LCD TV, Wal-Mart has everything you need. In the next few years though, you may be able to head down to Wal-Mart, CostCo or your basic “big box” store to buy your next car. Right now, if you want to buy a car in Mexico, that’s where people go. Well, maybe not any car,but at least one particular brand, GS Motors. Read More »

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Dealers Succumb to Madoff’s Schemes

bildeIt seems that no one is safe from the wake of destruction and the money pit that is known as Bernie Madoff. A recent set of documents files in the U.S. Bankruptcy Coupt in New York expose some well known names in the dealer business: Robert Potamkin of Potamkin Automotive in New York and South Florida; Robert Rosenthal, head of Rosenthal Automotive in the Washington area; Miami dealer Norman Braman; Peter Paris, a vice president of Potamkin Cadillac; the employee profit-sharing plan of Bay Chevrolet in Rockville Centre, N.Y.; and funds from the Minneapolis dealership Metro Motor Imports Inc. Bernie has been charged with milking billions of dollars form clients around the country and the world in what’s described as the world’s largest ponzi scheme (also known as pyramid schemes). Read More »