Modern Tire Dealer

OCT 2018

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M T D O c t o b e r 2 0 1 8 74 F o c u s O n I n d u s t r y Dr. L. Todd omas, associate academic dean, DeVos Graduate School of Management, Northwood University. is workshop will look at that you can do to engage your team and improve communication. Tips for creating a team identity will be o•ered as well as ways to reduce employee turnover and increase customer satisfaction. 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Trends in Emerging Technologies – Industry Plans and Con- sumer Reactions, presented by Karl Brauer, executive publisher, Cox Automotive/Kelley Blue Book; Philip Atkins, director of strategic research and planning, Automotive A‹ermarket Supplier Association (AASA); and Tim Turvey, global vice president, GM customer care and a‹ersales, General Motors. Industry representatives will discuss three important emerging vehicle technologies — the connected car, electri'cation and automation in vehicles. GM's Turvey will present an OE outlook on each topic, including the marketing opportunity, the bene'ts, and a technology update. Cox Automotive will share its outlook from the consumers' point of view and describe how ready they are to embrace these technological advances. ursday, Nov. 1 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. Seven Steps to Winning a Customer and a Sale, presented by Barry Barrett, CNL, RLO Training LLC. What does it take to deliver a customer experience that will make them return? is session will o•er you seven steps to wow your customers and remain pro'table. 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ADAS Forum – Saving Lives rough Retro'tting Advanced Driver-Assist Systems on Existing Cars, presented by a panel of experts including Chris Cook, president, Mobile Electronics Association; Jim Warren, executive director, Vision Zero Automotive Network; John Waraniak, vice president of vehicle technology, SEMA; and Chris Gardner, vice president, AASA. e panel will discuss the growing number of technologies and products that can be installed on millions of vehicles in the caršparc thatšwill signi'cantly increase safety functionality. Experts will look at the potential for new business opportunities and howšthese products can be properly installed on today's vehicles. Q 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Why Should I Work for You?, Presented by Dan Gilley, director of RLO Training LLC. is session will take a look at what can make your shop stand out for prospective automotive service technicians and service advisers. Wednesday, Oct. 31 11:30 – 12:30 Increasing Pro't rough Team Excellence, presented by STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION (Required by 39 U.S.C. 3685) PUBLICATION TITLE PUBLICATION NO. FILING DATE MODERN TIRE DEALER 0026-8496 10/01/2018 NO. 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Bobit, CEO Bobit Business Media, 3520 Challenger Street, Torrance, CA 90503-1640, Los Angeles County KNOWN BONDHOLDERS, MORTGAGEES, AND OTHER SECURITY HOLDERS OWNING OR HOLDING 1 PERCENT OR MORE OF TOTAL AMOUNT OF BONDS, MORTGAGES, OR OTHER SECURITIES None ISSUE DATE FOR CIRCULATION DATA BELOW September 2018 AVERAGE NO. COPIES ACTUAL NO. COPIES EACH ISSUE DURING OF RECENT EXTENT AND NATURE OF CIRCULATION LAST 12 MONTHS SINGLE ISSUE 15a TOTAL NO. COPIES (NET PRESS RUN) 36,313 36,646 15b PAID/REQUESTED CIRCULATION 0 0 15b.1 OUTSIDE COUNTY PAID/REQUESTED MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS 30,055 33,990 15b.2 IN-COUNTY PAID/REQUESTED MAIL SUBSCRIPTION 0 0 15b.3 SALES THROUGH DEALERS/CARRIERS 0 0 15b.4 REQUESTED COPIES USPS OTHER MAIL CLASSES 1,026 1,022 15c TOTAL PAID/REQUESTED CIRCULATION 31,081 35,279 15d NONREQUESTED CIRCULATION 0 0 15d.1 OUTSIDE COUNTY NONREQUESTED COPIES 2,144 886 15d.2 IN-COUNTY NONREQUESTED COPIES 0 0 15d.3 NONREQUESTED DISTRIBUTED BY OTHER CLASS OF MAIL 0 0 15d.4 NONREQUESTED OUTSIDE USPS 200 546 15e TOTAL NONREQUESTED DISTRIBUTION 2,344 1,432 15f TOTAL DISTRIBUTION 33,425 36,444 15g COPIES NOT DISTRIBUTED 209 214 15h TOTAL 33,633 36,658 15i PERCENT PAID/REQUESTED CIRCULATION 93.0% 96.1% 16 ELECTRONIC COPY CIRCULATION 16a REQUESTED AND PAID ELECTRONIC COPIES 0 0 16b TOTAL REQUESTED AND PAID PRINT COPIES + REQUESTED/PAID ELECTRONIC COPIES 31,081 35,012 16c TOTAL REQUESTED COPY DISTRIBUTION + REQUESTED/PAID ELECTRONIC COPIES 33,425 36,444 16d PERCENT PAID AND/OR REQUESTED CIRCULATION (BOTH PRINT & ELECTRONIC COPES) 93.0% 96.1% This Statement of Ownership will be printed in the October 2018 issue of this publication. I CERTIFY THAT ALL INFORMATION FURNISHED ON THIS FORM IS TRUE AND COMPLETE. I UNDERSTAND THAT ANYONE WHO FURNISHES FALSE OR MISLEADING INFORMATION ON THIS FORM OR WHO OMITS MATERIAL OR INFORMATION REQUESTED ON THE FORM MAY BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL SANCTIONS (INCLUDING FINES AND IMPRISONMENT) AND/OR CIVIL SANCTIONS (INCLUDING MULTIPLE DAMAGES AND CIVIL PENALTIES). x __________________________________________ Publisher Filed on 10/01/2018 NS (INCLUDING FINES AND IMPRISONM ______________________________ Approximately 50 AAPEXedu sessions will be offered which cover topics as varied as emerging vehicle technologies, nd- ing good technicians and keeping the family business going. Predictive part failure, start/stop technologies, advanced driver assist systems, Transportation as a Service (TaaS) and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) will be covered in educational sessions.

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