Philadelphia, PA -- Dealer Synergy, an award winning training, consulting and technology company, announced today an alliance with TK Carsites, one of the top ranked organizations offering websites and other services to auto retailers throughout North America.
Both companies received recognition earlier this year when over 25,000 auto retailers voted in the 2008 Auto Dealer Monthly Dealers' Choice Awards. Dealer Synergy and TK Carsites received awards and top honors in the area of Best Automotive Internet Sales Training Company and Best Website Design/Provider. By working together Dealer Synergy and TK Carsites are able to create the ultimate and complete solution for dealers, both in technology and training arenas.
Recognition is nothing new for Dealer Synergy as they have been chosen to participate in national automotive conferences and seminars as well as speaking at NCM and NADA Dealer 20 Groups throughout the country. CEO, Sean V. Bradley is also a regular contributor to major automotive industry publications, and creator of the Internet Sales 20 Group Internet Director Immersion program, a five day comprehensive program covering all the aspects of building and running an Internet Department.
The President of TK Carsites, Jim Bradford said, "TK Carsites feels that Dealer Synergy can bring an incredible amount of resources to their clients. The Dealer Synergy training has been recognized as a top tier program and with them sharing the value we can provide from a website perspective, it then creates a powerful online impact for dealers seeking to reach the next level of Internet success."
Sean V. Bradley also shared, "The TK Carsites web sites are optimized for search engines and offer dealers an incredible amount of functionality and flexibility to provide site users with great auto shopping and research capabilities. That gives dealers a greater conversion ratio and helps sell more vehicles each month."
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