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Radogna to Present ‘Reduce Your Exposure’ at Las Vegas Compliance Summit


LAS VEGAS — Jim Radogna, a San Diego-based compliance expert and trainer, will serve as the luncheon speaker at the upcoming Compliance Summit, organizers announced Thursday. The event, which marks Compliance Summit’s first visit to the Western states, will be held Aug. 29–30, 2016, at Paris Las Vegas.

“Jim’s reputation as a nationally recognized expert, trainer and speaker precedes him,” said David Gesualdo, show chair and publisher of Auto Dealer Today and F&I and Showroom. “We are counting on him to identify the pressure points regulators are focusing on and how to button them up.”

Radogna’s session, “Reduce Your Exposure: Who Is Targeting Your Dealership?,” will begin after lunch is served at 12:20 p.m. on Monday, August 29. His presentation is expected to include a rundown of the most currently active state and federal regulators, the results of recent enforcement actions and areas of high risk in variable operations, fixed operations and human resources.

“The laws and regulations impacting auto dealers are many,” Radogna said. “This presentation will focus on the top enforcement threats facing most auto dealers today and how you can prepare and adjust to lessen your dealership’s exposure.”

To register for Compliance Summit, click here. For more information, including sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, contact David Gesualdo via email hidden; JavaScript is required or at 727-947-4027.

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2017 Conference Team

Conference Management

David Gesualdo
Group Publisher and Show Chair
727-947-4027
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Kate Spatafora
Associate Publisher, MG Business Media
631-561-7586
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Registration & Sponsorship Fulfillment

Allison Delmonico
Executive Assistant, MG Business Media
(727) 480-8979
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Exhibit & Sponsorship Sales

Eric Gesualdo
National Sales Manager, MG Business Media
727-612-8826
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