Best of Guests
Amit serves as the VP of Business Development for Roadster. Being indoctrinated in all facets of a dealership operation, Amit shares how dealers can meet the needs of today’s buyer.
Matt is a TV Host on HGTV and DIY Network, a licensed contractor, and a luxury real estate agent in Dana Point, CA. All three professions have given him a competitive edge to better relate to his customer.
Kent serves as the Director of Business Development for C4 Analytics. Day in and day out, he carries a go-getter mindset and has the impressive ability to sustain it for long periods of time.
Joe is the founder of Cal EITC 4 Me program, an outreach program targeting low-income families in CA. By minimizing friction and optimizing the tax payer experience, his reach extended to hundreds of thousands of tax payers.
Kiki Sin is a Digital Strategist for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and a seasoned dealership salesperson. Working as a young, minority female has never been an excuse to not succeed in a male-dominated industry.
Coach Roelen is the Athletic Director for Mission Viejo High School. Local businesses tend to support high schools for the mere image of it, but there are ways to have a more substantive partnership.
Chuck Schofield is the VP of Dealer Sales for Autogravity, a fintech company. As a fiscal conservative and a parent of two millennials, is the company he works for applicable to his kids too?
Hunter is the Director of Strategy and Sales Development for DealerSocket, and an automotive photographer. In this two-part episode, Hunter speaks about how CRMs benefit the customer experience and how to build a side business.
Adam played professional basketball before he joined the car business. From the Sacramento Kings to the Mexican National team, the basketball journey is filled with quotas, volatile managers, and competitive teammates. Sound familiar?