RVIA’s Senior VP of Trade Shows and Events, Liz Crawford, reached out to Randy Sobel, president of Sobel University, to provide instructional training to future show attendees.
Sobel was excited that RVIA saw the value in on-going instructional training that helps sell RVs and make the dealer money.
This three-year instructional training contract will begin at the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Nov. 27 to 30.
As the RV industry’s biggest event Louisville brings together more dealers, salespeople, technicians, campground managers, manufacturers and product suppliers than any other industry event.
Sobel University will present educational, RV sales training, that will give attendees skills to implement for an increase in productivity.
With more than 35 years in the RV industry, Randy Sobel continues to develop current and relevant sales training that makes dealers money. By contracting with Sobel University for three-years, building block classes will occur that will provide more advanced material rather than starting over from scratch with each session.
These courses will take place from 8 to 10 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. The two-hour time slot allows for real training to occur that will make dealers money with immediate application at their dealerships.
With a three-year contract Sobel plans to offer certification credits reinforcing the power of RV product knowledge in the sales presentation. All attendees will receive $1,000 in credits towards Sobel University Sales Certification Courses.
Registration for The National RV Trade Show in Louisville opens Aug. 15. Seating may be limited so be sure to register for the Sobel Courses at registration. More details will follow.
For more information or to get an early start on the winter training program contact Sobel University at 253-565-2577 or visit sobeluniversity.com.