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Product Overview: 2015 Full-Size & Mid-Size Trucks
This is your opportunity to get an in-depth overview of the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon as well as the 2015 Silverado and GMC Sierra, including the all-new heavy duties. Hosted by our commercial product expert, you'll learn the specifications and performance highlights and also gain an understanding of how GM's commercial products stack up versus the competition. Our mutual customers are looking for knowledgeable sales and service advisors to help them make even more strategic decisions about their commercial vehicle needs. Join us for this session to build your knowledge of our newest product offerings and how they can bring even more value to business owners!
Product Overview: Vans, Cars & Crossovers
In this session, we'll be covering what's new with vans, crossovers and cars, including the all-new Chevrolet City Express and Chevrolet Trax. The City Express and Trax represent commercially focused vehicles that expand our portfolio to better meet the needs of our business customers. In this session, you will gain an understanding of the total value these new vehicles have, leave with a better understanding of how you can challenge customers to think differently about their fleet needs and ultimately, how GM can meet those needs.
Growing Small Business Sales
Do you know how to leverage the intelligence available to you to grow your small business sales? You can find out in this engaging sales session. GM has made huge investments in not only understanding the commercial opportunity in your area, but also ranking the data so that you know exactly who is ready to buy what. With our competition facing some vulnerability, the time to strike is now. Armed with knowing your customers and their needs before making the sales call will help increase your credibility and close…...

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