Supporting your local indie may pay future benefits

September 2011
Dealernews;Sep2011, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p54
Trade Publication
The author offers insights on how local independent dealers could use support from major dealers, and advices on professionalism. He mentions that some large dealerships refused to sell parts and supplies at less prices than retail for independent retailers could earn a living too. He states that most independent dealers are advised to take few hours in clean and organize their stores to attain satisfactory work.


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