Dealer Week announces first 10x10 Series speakers

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Dealer Week just added three new speakers as part of the event’s 10x10 Series, an initiative that weaves 10 separate 10-minute talks on a variety of topics throughout Dealer Week.

The speakers are Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin, who will talk about results through learning, National Marine Manufacturers Association president emeritus Dr. Thom Dammrich, who will address boat prices on the internet, and Wells Fargo Commercial Distribution Finance marine group president Bruce Van Wagoner, who will deliver a talk titled “Prepared for Change?”

Additional speakers will be announced soon.

“In preparing for our first-ever Dealer Week, we saw an opportunity to widen the scope of our education, to plug into a more diverse range of experts,” says MRAA vice president Liz Walz in a statement. “Our goal is to share as many opportunities for dealers to strengthen their businesses in the months and years ahead as possible, and this new series is designed to help us achieve it.” 



The 10x10 Series is a new offering developed by the MRAA team. Here’s what attendees can expect about the presentations:

They will be delivered from thought leaders inside and outside the industry;

The 10-minute presentations will be spread throughout the event;

Each will feature new insights, experiences or data to consider; why they’re important to the future of marine retailing, and a challenge to take action.

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