The Reynolds and Reynolds Co. announced details and the schedule for its upcoming Reynolds Retail Summit: Amplify 2023. Held at the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway Sept. 25 to 26, the event is open to leaders of retail automotive dealerships, regardless of dealer management system provider. Guests are invited to participate in a unique learning experience to discover, grow and connect.
At the summit, accomplished industry experts will share their knowledge through keynote panels and actionable breakout sessions designed to educate guests and enhance dealership operations. With the Reynolds Retail Management System on display, dealership leaders will be able see how the single, seamless system can benefit and grow their business. They will also have the opportunity to connect with peers.
“At Reynolds, our daily goal is to help dealerships improve their businesses,” said Reynolds President Chris Walsh. “This summit allows us to share our knowledge, collaborate, and demonstrate how to use tools to maximize potential. As a result, dealerships will learn how to amplify their outcomes.”
- The event starts with a round of 18 holes at the Brickyard Crossing, one of the most unique courses in the country. Attractive to professional golf tour events, as well as domestic and international amateur golfers alike, the course brings players into the historic track for several challenging holes and picturesque views. Discussions among peers in the casual atmosphere are an opportunity to share best practices and learn from other top-performing dealerships. The day continues with dinner in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Pagoda.
- Day two begins with breakfast and a keynote panel moderated by Jason Stein, followed by breakout sessions and lunch with a keynote panel moderated by Walsh. The panel will include Robert Kurnick Jr., president of Penske Corporation and Penske Automotive Group, Inc., as well as other dealership executives, who will discuss how they are preparing for the future.
- Breakout sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with different workshops assigned to each time slot. The workshops give participants the freedom to choose which topics interest them the most.
“It’s important for attendees to be able to tailor their experience, no matter who they are or what DMS they use. They know their needs better than anyone, and they know where they want to see improvement,” Walsh said. “We want them to leave the summit having learned how to grow their business.”
The full schedule of breakout sessions, the topics covered, and event pre-registration can be found here.
Originally posted on Auto Dealer Today