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Allstate Dealer Services President Tony Wanderon
to Speak at 2010 VSCAC

June 02, 2010

TORRANCE, Calif. — F&I and Showroom magazine is proud to announce the selection of Tony Wanderon, president of Allstate Dealer Services, as a keynote speaker at the 2010 Vehicle Service Contract Administrators Conference (VSCAC).

Wanderon is currently president of Allstate Dealer Services, which includes First Colonial Insurance Company, American Heritage Insurance Services, Pablo Creek Services Inc. He is also a senior vice president of American Heritage Life and assistant vice president of emerging businesses at Allstate Insurance Company. In addition, he serves on Allstate’s Emerging Businesses Strategic Steering Committee.

Since becoming president of Allstate Dealer Services in 2001, Wanderon has broadened the company’s relationships with auto dealerships, implemented new infrastructure and expanded its products and sales countrywide. He also led Allstate into the vehicle service contract business, both in the underwriting and administration of its private label, and CarMor-branded VSA.

Wanderon has more than 24 years experience in the insurance and auto industry and has personally trained thousands of F&I managers and sales staff. He is a former board member of the Consumer Credit Insurance Association and Guaranteed Asset Protection Alliance.

Scheduled for Sept. 14-15 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, this year’s Vehicle Service Contract Administrators Conference will address the changing environment in which F&I product providers and administrators must operate. The two-day event features panel discussions, education sessions, keynote speakers and networking opportunities.

For more information or to register for the conference, please visit www.vscac.com.

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