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NIADA Dealer 20 Groups Program Adds Moderator

April 26, 2016

ARLINGTON, Texas — Longtime auto industry veteran Mark Dubois has joined NIADA's recently expanded Dealer 20 Groups as its newest 20 Group moderator.

Dubois has more than 35 years of experience in the automotive business, including sales, management, recruiting and training, e-business, marketing and buy-here, pay-here (BHPH) management. Most recently he was president of Dealer Performance and Consulting and moderator of its BHPH 20 Groups.

"We are excited to have Mark join the team of Dealer 20 Groups moderators," NIADA CEO Steve Jordan said. "Mark's addition allows NIADA to continue to offer something for every dealer, regardless of number of sales or time in business."  

Dubois will work with BHPH dealer groups as part of the NIADA 20 Groups operation acquired from Leedom and Associates late last year, joining national director of 20 Groups Chuck Bonanno and moderator David Brotherton.  

"I am extremely pleased that Mark Dubois has decided to join our team at NIADA," Bonanno said. "I've known Mark for some time and know he will bring great value to our current members and help grow our dealer base as he trains and educates independent dealers across the country through our Dealer 20 Groups program, training workshops and private consultations."

A graduate of Northwood University, Dubois is a frequent speaker on BHPH issues at independent dealer association conventions and writes for industry publications on business analysis, operations, training and industry trends.

"I am honored to join the NIADA team," Dubois said. "I look forward to working with Chuck, David and the entire NIADA staff to take the 20 Groups program to the next level."

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