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RPMOne to sponsor 2016 Power 50

Powersports Business announced that RPMOne has been named a sponsor of the 2016 Power 50 dealer awards program. The Power 50, the only program of its kind in the industry, annually selects the 50 most outstanding powersports dealerships in North America. RPMOne serves powersports dealers via its full suite of F&I and dealer development products.

“RPMOne has been a longtime supporter of Powersports Business and our products, and we appreciate their support now of the Power 50 program,” Powersports Business editor in chief Dave McMahon said. “They’ve seen steady double-digit powersports growth in recent years thanks to the penetration of their service contracts and prepaid maintenance products, but it’s RPMOne’s sales training that their dealer partners find equally appealing.”

“RPMOne’s product, sales platform and training capabilities have a proven track record of providing powersports dealers with the ability to maximize their profits and increase sales in every department. We take the time to analyze each dealer’s individual needs before selecting the appropriate product mix,” said Brian Becker, senior vice president of Sales & Marketing at RPM One parent Interstate National Corp. “Our training and coaching programs deliver industry best practices to all departments in the dealership. The programs include virtual and on-site training sessions accompanied by custom reports to track success and compare to industry leaders. Current dealers participating in RpmOne’s Dealer Development programs are experiencing triple digit return on their investment.”

Power 50 winners will be announced at the Power 50 Awards Dinner held Oct. 13, 2016, during the American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) in Orlando. Among the highlights of the celebration is the announcement of the Top 5 dealers in North America, including the No. 1 dealer. In addition, awards are presented to dealers in a variety of Best in Class categories. Power 50 dealers also receive promotion via advertisements placed in Powersports Business and in sister publications Rider and Thunder Press.

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