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Monday, 09 April 2018 20:48

Mopar Masters Guild Annual Meeting Mixes Business With Fun

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 From left, MMG Secretary Mike Opperman, President Susan McDaniel, Barbara Davies from Autobody News, Vice President Joe McBeth and Treasurer Don Cushing at MMG's annual meeting in Las Vegas, March 22--25.  From left, MMG Secretary Mike Opperman, President Susan McDaniel, Barbara Davies from Autobody News, Vice President Joe McBeth and Treasurer Don Cushing at MMG's annual meeting in Las Vegas, March 22--25.

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During this year's NADA Show in Las Vegas, held March 22--25, 35 members of the Mopar Masters Guild (MMG) converged to network, attend meetings, elect its officers for 2018 and enjoy a little fun along the way. 

MMG President Susan McDaniel was re-elected for another two years, along with several other officers who represent top dealership parts departments nationwide. 


McDaniel is encouraged by what MMG was able to achieve during the annual four-day meeting. 


"When we get together, we're able to share ideas about best practices. That's invaluable because we can take what we've discussed and use it to improve our departments," said McDaniel, who is the parts director at Bill Luke Dealerships in Phoenix, AZ. "Networking is a huge part of every year's annual meeting and this year was surely no exception." 


Mopar is the parts, service and customer care organization that supports Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). Established in 1992, MMG’s motto is “The exchange of information by like-size dealers in a non-competitive environment.”

 

With the ultimate goal of becoming better managers in order to deliver the best service to its customers, MMG is always promoting open communication. This year, they focused even more intently on the topic. 


Some of the highlights during the annual meeting included presentations from FCA/Mopar executives and supporting vendors. 


“Our vendors play an important role and we are always anxious to meet with them and find out how they can help us as members and as an organization," McDaniel said. "With six tier-one and seven tier-two vendors on our roster, they make us stronger and more effective through their efforts and that's why we greatly value their participation." 


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