Automotive Marketing Conference Attracts International Attention

The third annual Automotive Boot Camp has attracted the attention of dealer professionals from as far away as Russia. The all-encompassing marketing conference features two full days of information packed workshops, hands on demonstrations and comprehensive training for dealership employees., a source of trending automotive marketing information for Russian dealer professionals, is now supporting the event with a full page boot camp information on their website.

boot campThe 2012 Automotive Boot Camp is designed to give dealers access to the top industry experts to refine their automotive marketing strategies and operating processes that have been implemented for 2012. It is an intimate event limited to 300 dealer employees that gives all attendees one-on-one time with industry leaders, market experts, and innovative vendor partners.

This year the 2012 Automotive Boot Camp has been expanded with eight “core” curriculum tracks as well as 16 elective courses. This gives attendees a total of 48 workshops to choose from plus the additional keynote speakers, special events and networking sessions.

Recognized industry leaders such as Ralph Paglia, James Zigeler, JD Rucker, Jerry Thibeau, Brian Pasch, David Page, Glen Garvin, Tracy Myers, Joe Webb, Marc McGurren, Tim Martell, Jim Flint, Ben Anderson, Joni Stuker, Egon Smola, Jeff Tirey, Christine Rochelle, Peter Leto (from Google), AJ LeBlanc and Brittany Richter will be leading workshops and sharing their expertise in a wide variety of important topics at Boot Camp.

Automotive Conference Attracts Top Sponsors

This year’s sponsors and exhibitors include, Dominion Dealer Solutions,, Car-mercial, Contact at Once! Dealix,, Wikimotive and more.

The 2012 Automotive Boot Camp is organized by First Class Educators, the same company responsible for other high ranking automotive marketing conferences like the Digital Marketing Strategies Conference, which took place this past February in Las Vegas, and the Pit Stop marketing tour.

To learn more about the Automotive Boot Camp and see the full agenda of events, visit or email Carrie Hemphill at .