EMPLOYMENT CORNER GNYADA’s Employment Corner is a free recruiting and job placement service that lists qualified candidates for positions at dealerships. If you have a position to fill, call 718.640.2012 .
DMV-DIRECT can process your duplicate titles in as little as three days. In addition to hav-
ing the lowest error-rate of any private-sector DMV partner, GNYADA’s onsite registration and titling service is also the only partner outside of Connecticut that can issue Connecticut plates. Learn more at gnyada.com/dealers/registration/ overview .
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Through our Center for Automotive Education & Training , we hold over 65 seminars and
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training sessions for members each year. These cover every focus within the auto industry, from technician training to marketing techniques and beyond. To find and book training sessions, check out our Automotive Workshops and Seminars Guide or email Carole@gnyada.com .
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From office supplies to required forms to data storage, GNYADA's Dealer Discount Club
offers lowered prices on products and services that dealers use the most. To find a company that fills your needs, send an email to Jennifer@gnyada.com. The GNYADA Insurance Brokerage seeks out the best employee benefit pro- grams (healthcare, worker’s comp and more) to meet each dealership’s specific needs. They also consult dealers (by phone and in person) on required changes to their insurance offerings. Learn more at gnyada.com/dealers/insurance/ overview .
Contact Us: Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association 18-10 Whitestone Expressway l Whitestone, NY, 11357 Dealer Hotline: 800.245.4640 l Headquarters: 718.746.5900 l email: email@example.com DMV-DIRECT: 718.747.0400 l GNYADA Insurance Brokerage, LLC: 718.746.8100 l NYIAS: 718.746.5300 Center for Automotive Education & Training: 718.640.2000
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