NCM Associates Inc. announced Monday that it has launched a new Chrysler Dealer 20 Group.
The company, which says it created the 20 Group peer-collaboration model in 1947, said the newly formed group, the Chrysler Performance 20 Group, held its inaugural meeting last month after forming from the principals of several Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram dealerships who had previously approached NCM with interest.
The first meeting, which was held May 18-19, hosted the member dealers and general managers at their first NCM Chrysler Performance 20 Group meeting led by NCM executive conference moderators Kevin Cunningham and Robert Neuman.
“We are humbled by our clients’ willingness to put in the time and effort to improve their dealership performance and the trust they have in NCM to help them succeed,” said Paul Faletti Jr., NCM’s president and chief executive officer. “Our clients rely on us to provide the best 20 Group experience possible, and thanks to a deep bench of experienced retail automotive experts and a great support team behind all our groups, we’re able to help them achieve their performance improvement goals.”
Neuman, who has 32 years of automotive experience, will lead the new group as moderator.
“Given Robert’s extensive automotive background, he is well positioned to add value and ensure a unique 20 Group experience to this Chrysler group as well as his other groups,” said Trevor Robinson, NCM’s director of retail solutions. “NCM is excited to have professionals of his caliber on our team.”
For more information on the company’s 20 Groups, visit its site here.