Allow us to congratulate you on surviving 2020, together. We have been battle tested, we have banded together, and we march on. We are spending the final days of the year counting our blessings, and one of them is YOU! For us, ASOTU was the silver lining which was born out of the conflict and uncertainty of the first shutdown.
We are going to be releasing a bunch of content over the next few weeks and will be working to keep you alive and well on the front lines of this great industry. For starters, here’s a podcast I just released featuring some names you will know, and some that you should know.
May you end 2020 standing tall and Pushing Back
Paul and the ASOTU Team
Stuckey Automotive in Pennsylvania started a “We’ll Buy Your Car Campaign” to combat dwindling used car inventory.
Telling it like it is — Inventory shortages don’t fix themselves. This dealer is one of many who has taken off the curb acquisition into their own hands. Everyone knows the most profitable used vehicles usually originate from a consumer’s driveway.
Automotive News’ Daily Drive podcast reviews the year 2020 with a focus on the automotive industry’s supply chain.
Telling it like it is — It certainly ain’t over. It’s important to understand the effect COVID-19 has had on the supply chain and what 2021 might look like to better navigate upcoming conditions.
Search Engine Land looked at 2020 in review to examine all of the ways that the 2020 calendar years impacted paid search.
From the last true Chevy Nova to the birth of Louis Chevrolet to the beginning of Nissan, Christmas week has a lot of rich history for the automotive industry. Check it out!
Teen Kid News polled its digital readers on what books they are most looking forward to reading in 2021. Is it just us, or does it seem like young lads aren’t really interested in taking Teen Kid News polls?
We know it’s crazy out there, keep calm and Push Back.