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Nick Saban Speaker FeeUniversity of Alabama Coach Nick Saban has been announced as the last keynote speaker at the 2016 CBT Automotive Sales, Service and Marketing Conference & Expo that is taking place on February 9-11 and hosted by CBT Automotive Network. The conference will be bringing together the retail automotive industry’s top leaders for over 65 different breakout sessions at the Omni Hotel at the CNN Center in downtown Atlanta. The information that will be focused on is all going to be related to tools for these managers who are attending to make their dealerships and retail stores even more successful than they are, as they interact with customers. Saban will be giving a great speech that will help the dealers learn more about how to stay on the right track as they combat challenges in their businesses.

The West Virginia native was originally a Defensive Back for Kent State University before taking a turn down the coaching path for a career. He has been coaching for the last 43 years and over that time he has work with 13 different teams ranging from Syracuse, Toledo, Michigan State, LSU, Navy, and even a couple of NFL teams like the Miami Dolphins and the Cleveland Browns. The 2008 Home Depot Coach of the Year Award winner signed on with the University of Alabama in 2007 and has been there since, bringing the team to three different national championships.

Saban will be the last keynote speaker in February of next year to be a part of the CBT Automotive Network conference happening in downtown Atlanta, Georgia at the CNN Center’s Omni Hotel. It will be a great opportunity for professionals in the automotive retail market to have a chance to be informed on some new strategies that can take their companies to the next level.

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