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Final Week to Submit Nominations for F&I Magazine's Pacesetter of the Year Award

November 11, 2008

Four days remain before the Nov. 14 nomination deadline for F&I Management and Technology magazine’s 2009 F&I Pacesetter of the Year award.

The award recognizes five dealers who set the pace in running a finance department marked by professionalism, ethics and profitability. These dealers not only have a highly profitable F&I department, but also earn these profits by employing compliant, ethical and customer-centered processes that allow them to maintain a high CSI rating.

Nominators have until Nov. 14 to complete and return the submission form.

Qualified judges will evaluate all entries on the following criteria:

• Success/profitability in the finance department

• Sustaining a compliance culture

• Ethical employees and practices, regular employee training

• Community support and involvement

• Other programs, processes and initiatives that contribute to a top-notch F&I operation

The five winners will be honored with plaques and featured in the January 2008 issue of the magazine. One winner will be named the 2009 F&I Dealer of the Year Award, which will be announced during a ceremony at the 2009 NADA convention.

To nominate a dealer, click on the following link to fill out the nomination form: http://www.fi-magazine.com/t_pacesetters_2009.cfm.

All entries must be received by no later than Nov. 14, 2008. Nomination forms can be returned one of three ways.

By mail:

F&I Management and Technology

Attn: Gregory Arroyo

3520 Challenger Street

Torrance, CA 90503

By fax: (310) 533-2503

By e-mail: [email protected]

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