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Help Your Dealership Thrive During Covid-19

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Increased health concerns mean unpredictable times for dealerships, and an opportunity to start doing things differently — and virtually.

Digital Air Strike’s co-founder and CEO, Alexi Venneri, will explain how virtual retailing allows consumers to conduct more dealership research, shopping and transactions online. By simply adding video, AI, and white glove services, dealerships can deliver the experience customers have been asking for and today’s climate requires.


Join this fast-paced webinar for actionable tips and real-life examples of how dealers are doing things differently to ensure their business thrives during COVID-19.


Attend this webinar to:

  • Learn new ways to use video to communicate with customers, showcase vehicles- and your dealership’s “virtual” services
  • Understand how AI and other automated platforms can be leveraged to manage customer questions, while also informing consumers of virtual options
  • Get the latest data about what consumers want to do online
  • Learn new steps and best practices for your dealership in response to health concerns, including clean rooms and video conferencing

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Speakers

Moderator: Dave Versical

Chief of Editorial Operations,
Automotive News Group

Alexi Venneri

Co-founder & CEO, Digital Air Strike

Alexi Venneri is the co-founder and CEO of Digital Air Strike, the award-winning social media, intelligent lead response, and consumer engagement technology company. A pioneer in the automotive industry for digital response, social marketing and online reputation management, Digital Air Strike’s software and managed service platform monitor, improve and manage consumer engagement for 5,000 businesses including seven of the largest automotive manufacturers, in the United States, Canada, and 11 additional countries.


In 2010 in the middle of a recession, Venneri saw a need for dealerships to revolutionize the way they use social media and review sites to sell more cars and build customer loyalty. Together with a few like-minded individuals, Venneri founded Digital Air Strike. Because of her leadership and vision, Digital Air Strike has grown to over 175 employees with four offices nationwide. Today, Digital Air Strike’s products, solutions, team and technology influence 39% of all vehicle sales nationwide.


Venneri’s prior positions include President of Auto Media/Blue Flame 6 (part of The Van Tuyl Automotive Group), VP of Marketing, PR & Investor Relations at DealerTrack (TRAK), CMO at Who’s Calling and Director of Marketing for Major League Baseball’s Seattle Mariners. Venneri is an accomplished public speaker and author of the best-selling book Balls! Six Rules for Winning Today’s Business Game. In 2015, Venneri was named by Automotive News as one of the 100 Leading Women in the automotive industry.

Eliana Raggio

Director of Industry Relations, Digital Air Strike

Eliana Raggio is the Director of Industry Relations at Digital Air Strike. Eliana works with many industry partners on strategic programs. She also hosts Digital Air Strike’s free weekly webinars.


Eliana previously worked at DealerOn and TK Carsites and is an award-winning voice-over artist, professional emcee and former Philadelphia morning show radio personality. Additionally, Eliana is a US Navy Veteran, having honorably served during the Gulf War. She is also a gifted communicator and eloquent writer who has long been a strong advocate for all issues facing women in male-dominated industries. You can connect with her on Twitter @ElianaRaggio or e-mail her directly at Eliana@Digitalairstrike.com

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