LUXEMBURG, Wis.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Builtrite Holdings, LLC announced the appointment of Adam Lindley to serve as President of its subsidiary, SAS Forks, located in Luxemburg, WI. Adam previously served for fourteen years as Manager, Sales and Marketing at SAS Forks, and is the first non– family member to lead the company since it was formed in 1972. … Read moreAdam Lindley Appointed New President at SAS Forks
The first article in this series listed more than 25 tactics to increase your business success, all of them based on my experience. I started with nothing and didn’t get to college, so I know you can achieve maximum success, regardless of your education. E-mail me to get the first article (or any of the … Read moreTools for Success: Master Blocking and Tackling
There have been a lot of changes recently with ARA, our National Association. ARA and its leadership are focused on how to better serve its members, and the biggest need as I see it is in training and education. ARA is reinventing itself, and more importantly, each and every Recycler in this industry must participate, … Read moreThe ARA (Peer to Peer) Mentoring Program
It is critical that Recyclers establish an Early Warning System to detect defective Takata airbags in their inventory. A recycler would want to do this for several reasons. First, it sends a message to your employees that you are serious about playing a part in the removal of defective Takata airbags. Second, it gives the … Read moreLet’s Talk Recalls: Do you have an Early Warning System for Defective Takata Airbags?
In my last month article, Leadership from Within, I referenced two leaders, Jim Butler and Shannon Nordstrom from our industry. Jim Butler of Butler’s Auto Parts is in Pensacola, Florida and their newest yard is in Milton, Florida. The Milton location used to be an old Lumber 84. I met Shannon Nordstrom many years ago … Read moreLeadership From Within – Part II
A Strong First Impression I’ve always been someone who works hard at making a great first impression. Do I look professional? Did I bring everything to this event I need to have? Am I prepared to meet the right people? Those are just a few of the many questions that run through my head while … Read moreA Strong First Impression
In the last few years, we have had the chance to train auto parts sales reps from across the country. We hone sales pitches, learn to deal with customer objections, and work to always move towards a close. Regardless of their location, there are some common sales training roadblocks that every sales manager will have … Read more3 Common Roadblocks to Effective Sales
I was recently asked which reports are the best to look over every month. One of the things that you need to do to continue to develop as managers and motivators of people, is create good habits and routines. As the leaders of the business you need to get your own routine in place of … Read moreMonthly Recap for Managers and Owners