LAS VEGAS – Organizers of Agent Summit announced that Thomas Johnson, RV Program Manager for NAE/NWAN will present "Agents in the RV Realm" during the New Business Opportunities segment of the 2022 event. Agent Summit will take place May 15–18 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Agents who have broken into the RV segment know that business is booming and the market is poised for exponential growth — particularly in F&I and reinsurance. Join us for a crash course on the RV retail and finance industry, including trends and terminology, dealer needs and pain points, and how to apply your hard-won automotive industry expertise to the RV realm.
“In many ways, RV dealers are a lot like auto dealers, and in many other ways, they are not," said Johnson. "The objective of this session is to arm agents with the motivation and information they need to grow their agencies by strategically tapping into the massive and rapidly growing RV market.”
Thomas Johnson is a 25-year industry veteran who helped develop and currently oversees NAE/NWAN’s RV and motorcycle programs and leads the reinsurance and F&I product provider’s team of account managers, which is responsible for in-store dealership development with a focus on increasing unit sales, enhancing the customer experience and maximizing sales and service retention. His experience extends from the sales and finance departments to sales manager, general manager and ownership in RV, motorcycle, and automotive dealerships.
Now in its 11th year, Agent Summit is designed to benefit agents and agencies of all sizes, levels of experience and catering to multiple specialties. The 2022 agenda is comprised of the general Agent Summit educational tract, the Participation & Reinsurance Symposium, breakouts targeting agencies of different levels, and a tract dedicated to New Business Opportunities.
The event's Early-Bird registration rate of $945 will remain in effect until April 29.
For additional information visit the event’s website. To explore available sponsorship opportunities, contact David Gesualdo via email or at 310-738-3692.