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Early Bird Registration for Special Finance Conference & Expo 2008 Ends Aug. 15

August 05, 2008

TORRANCE, Calif. — Online registration remains open for The Special Finance Conference & Expo 2008, the premier event for independent and new car and truck dealers who sell to the subprime, nonprime and nearprime markets. The show is scheduled for Sept. 16–17 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. Attendees who register by Aug. 15 will save $100.

The Special Finance Conference and Expo was designed specifically to address the needs of the special finance industry. The 2008 show will be attended by hundreds of new- and used-car dealers, special finance managers, finance and lending leaders, agents, technology experts and other suppliers.

The Special Finance Conference & Expo 2008 will offer:

1. A comprehensive conference program structured to help dealers make their operations more cost-efficient.

2. A large exhibitor space with a renewed focus on technology, offering the opportunity to network with other special finance managers, finance leaders, dealers and agents in a fun, upbeat environment.

3. Targeted sessions like the "Lender Panel," "How to Set Up a Special Finance Department," "Setting Up a Buy-Here, Pay-Here Program," "How to Manage Lenders," "Deal Structuring," "Lead & Internet Generation, Conversion & Usage"; "Business Systems Choices," "Collections & Repos" and many more, all moderated by industry veterans. Registration also includes the option to attend F&I Conference sessions.

Attendees can register here or call 1-800-576-8788 for more information.

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