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Zumbrota Ford is a 19-year-old dealership located in a small Minnesota town of the same name F&I Pacesetters: Zumbrota Ford
Dealer Steve Johnson knows how quickly word spreads when you operate in a small town. That’s why reputation means more than profitability at his Zumbrota, Minn.-based Ford store. It's in the running for the magazine's F&I Dealer of the Year.
Last year, the group’s F&I teams generated $5 million in revenue, about 60% of which was made from product income and the rest from reserve. F&I Pacesetters: Prince Automotive Group
Prince Automotive Group is proof that operating high-performance finance departments while maintaining the highest level of ethical practices is possible. Now it's in the running for F&I and Showroom's F&I Dealer of the Year award.
The Oklahoma City dealership is part of the 14-store, Bob Moore Automotive Group, which has two stores in the final round of the magazine’s F&I Dealer of the Year contest. F&I Pacesetters: Bob Moore Buick GMC
Bob Moore Buick GMC is a process-driven machine, but that’s just one of the reasons the Oklahoma dealership’s F&I department is putting up big numbers. It's in the running for F&I and Showroom's F&I Dealer of the Year award.
The Big Menu Debate
The magazine’s resident compliance pro weighs in on one of F&I’s big debates: Is the F&I menu a sales or compliance tool?
Acting CFPB Director Mick Mulvaney was a featured speaker at the National Association of Attorneys General’s 2018 Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C., this past February. During his address, he said the bureau would be looking to state regulators and attorneys general for leadership when it comes to enforcement. The CFPB’s Spirit Lives On
Attorney Eric Johnson fields questions about the state of the CFPB, the now fully staffed FTC, and the aggressive stance of state attorneys general. He also offers a critical update on the Military Lending Act.