Attendees of the inaugural RVX: The RV Experience can earn sales science certification credits through the seminars featuring sales and management trainer Jered Sobel on March 13-14.
“We believe that education is not a one-shot, hype and jazz class. Our seminars will provide credits for ongoing education that places an emphasis on the new products being featured.” said Sobel, vice president of Sobel University, in a press release. “The product knowledge that attendees will gain through The Reveal and through the numerous manufactures exhibiting will be unlike anything we’ve seen in the industry. This is a unique opportunity to learn about new models and features even from competing brands. Our seminars will show you what to look for and how to present these new features for your clients.”
These RVIA sponsored seminars are free for attendees and are designed to give salespeople, managers and dealers the tools to help more people go camping.
How To Get New Salespeople To $100,000 In Their First Full Year
March 13 from 7:30-8:45 a.m
How To Sell To Today’s Internet-Educated Consumers
March 14 from 7:30-8:45 a.m.
“These building block classes will provide more advanced material rather than starting over from scratch with each session,” noted Sobel. “This structure will allow for real training to occur that will make dealers money with immediate application at their dealerships.”
For more information contact Sobel University at 253-565-2577.
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