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F&I Think Tank: Shark Tank Trainers Revealed

Four of the industry’s top F&I trainers will be swimming the aisles during F&I Think Tank’s Shark Tank, a stump the pro-like session that will allow attendees to get answers to their most troublesome customer objections, deal situations and departmental issues.

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John 'The F&I Professor' Vecchioni to Emcee Industry Summit

American Financial’s John Vecchioni will return to Industry Summit as the event’s master of ceremonies.

American Financial Adds Trainer to F&I University Staff

John "The F&I Professor" Vecchioni has joined American Financial & Automotive Services, the company announced this week. He will serve as a trainer for F&I University, a division of the company's Automotive Training Academy.

United Car Care Names New National Sales Director

UCC names John Vecchioni as its national sales director.

[Video] Tip of the Week: Building Your Brand

The F&I Professor continues his “7 Steps to the Sale” video series by offering a few tips on how salespeople can build their own brand within the dealership.

[Video] Tip of the Week: Going for the Close

When lot customers start asking about their down payment or the interest rate they can get, it’s time for the salesperson to go for the "pocket close." The F&I Professor explains what that is in this week’s F&I Tip of the Week.

[Video] Tip of the Week: Presenting the Right Options

A good discovery interview doesn’t mean anything unless your product presentation matches what you’ve learned about the customer. The F&I Professor explains how that’s done in F&I's Tip of the Week.

[Video] Tip of the Week: Transitioning to the F&I Menu

It's an efficiency tool and a compliance tool all wrapped into one. But when should an F&I manager introduce the F&I menu? The F&I Professor provides his answer in F&I's Tip of the Week.

[Video] Tip of the Week: Selling the Vehicle Service Contract

Do you understand the theory of Possible vs. Probable? Well, it’ll help you sell more vehicle service contracts if you do. The F&I Professor weighs in.

[Video] Tip of the Week: Presenting the Value

The national average for service-contract penetration stands between 30 and 40 percent, which means about 65 percent of customers are denying the product. So, who’s making the right decision? United Car Care’s John Vecchioni weighs in.