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Registration Opens for Las Vegas Compliance Summit

July 06, 2016

TAMPA, Fla. — Organizers of Compliance Summit, a series of regional events dedicated to front-end compliance for dealers and dealership management, announced that registration for the Las Vegas event is now open. This two-day event, part of the annual Industry Summit, is scheduled for Aug. 29-30 at Paris Las Vegas.

“We are so proud to announce our first Compliance Summit designed specifically for the needs of dealers in the Western states,” said David Gesualdo, show chair and publisher of Auto Dealer Todayand F&I and Showroom. “Never has the need for advanced compliance education been greater, and we will head to Las Vegas with the speakers and topics you need to build sustainable front-end processes.”

A series of regional events, the inaugural Compliance Summit was held in Miami in November 2014. In the past 18 months, events have been held in Chicago, Austin and, most recently, Tampa. Dealers in attendance followed a “crash course”-style curriculum that covered national and regional regulatory concerns. Speakers have included many of the industry’s leading attorneys, dealer advocates, compliance experts and trainers.

To register for the Las Vegas event, click here. Attendees who register by July 29 will enjoy a $100 discount, and every Compliance Summit attendee is welcome to stay for the rest of Industry Summit, which will run through the end of the day on Wednesday.

For more information about Compliance Summit, including sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, contact David Gesualdo via email or at 727-947-4027.


  1. 1. Steven Sayre [ July 07, 2016 @ 02:55PM ]

    This is brilliant having this event at the end of a month.


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