Latest News

Last Call to Register for the NJ CAR Annual Meeting

Oct 06, 2004

The NJ CAR Annual Meeting & Business Expo 2004 opens next week!Time is running out to join more than 275 of your colleagues who have already registered to attend our biggest event of the year.If you haven’t already registered yourself and your key managers, don’t miss out on what has become a must-attend NJ CAR event. Stellar Lineup of Keynote Speakers and Seminar Topics Big names appear throughout this year’s event schedule.Senator Richard Codey, soon to be New Jersey’s Acting Governor, will deliver the opening address.John Stossel, co anchor of ABC’s newsmagazine 20/20, and Attorney General Peter Harvey will provide entertaining and informative keynote addresses at the meeting as well. This year’s meeting theme, “Retaining Profitability While Remaining Compliant,” focuses on the complexity of meeting your business obligations while still making it worthwhile to own and operate a profitable business.The topics to be covered in our seminars are a capsule of the issues that are impacting dealerships right now: regulatory compliance; wage and hour laws; employment law; identify theft; credit fraud; do-not-call laws; F&I practices; the Safeguards Rule; and Motor Vehicle issues, including the implementation of the new, up-front 4-year registrations on new passenger vehicles that began October 1.NJ CAR’s premiere event promises to offer something for everyone: Dealer Principals, GMs/GSMs/F&I Managers, Controllers/Office Managers and Service & Parts Managers. NJ CAR Business Expo Is Bigger and Better Not only does the NJ CAR Annual Meeting & Business Expo 2004>/b> feature a stellar lineup of keynote speakers and seminar topics, the Business Expo features 39 exhibitors that have spilled out of the hotel’s ballroom and into the hallway.Each exhibitor offers products or services that help make your dealership run more efficiently.We encourage all attendees to meet the exhibitors and learn what they have to offer your organization. Register now to attend the NJ CAR Annual Meeting and Business Expo 2004.