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Great news! CADA Annual Convention hotel cutoff date is October 19! Early Bird pricing is extended so register today! See details below…
Great news! Early Bird pricing has been extended!
We just got word that the Grand Hyatt Resort & Spa’s reservation cutoff date for the CADA Annual Convention is October 19! That means Early Bird rates are open until then, too!

Everyone who went to the Annual Convention last year had a blast!

 
And this year’s convention is shaping up to be even better! From outstanding keynote speakers — like Michael Hoffman, who has made a career of helping leaders lead through turbulent times. And like Jason Stein, who as head of the industry’s top weekly news magazine, Automotive News, has unique insight on where the industry stands, where it’s going and how it’s going to get there — to hanging out with other dealers to going on a tour (or three), to simply enjoying quiet time on the beach — you’ll find it all at the 2018 CADA Annual Convention!
Register now!
Tours, tours and more tours!

Whether you like adventure or taking in the sights, you’ll find several tour options! A number of tours have been added to take advantage of free time, ranging from the more adventurous surf lessons, zipline and ATV waterfall tours to tubing, hikes, horseback rides, helicopter rides, canyon excursions and even a dinner sunset sail. If you want to explore the island during your free time, we have you covered. Click here for more information about the tours.
Early Bird registration has been extended to October 19! Make your reservation now, so you’re sure to get a room. Click here to make your hotel reservations and enter pass key CADA18.
Register today for the CADA Annual Convention! If you’re pressed for time, our Convention Concierge will register you for the conference, book your lodging and either invoice you or settle up on the call.
 
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Convention Concierge: 303.831.1722
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Education & Training
4 Simple rules to prevent cyber phishing attacks at your dealership



If you do business with other dealers or brokers on line, your dealership could fall prey to cyberphishing, where someone appears legit, but is actually scraping your database and all your customers’ sensitive information in the process. In fact, cyber phishing is run today by big business, not some random hacker; they’re masters of grabbing sensitive information from your database through e-mail.
 
That’s why auto dealerships across the country are falling prey to these aggressive cyber phishers. You see, once they have your data, they generally hold it for ransom; some dealers have paid $250,000 to get their data back. Ask any dealer that’s had to deal with it: If you’ve been hacked, it will bring your business to its knees.
 
It’s one of those quietly growing threats to auto dealerships; it’s something you don’t hear people talking about often. Yet it’s crippling. It’s also why CADA is hosting an important webinar next Wednesday, October 10 from 10 – 11:30 a.m., 4 Simple rules to prevent cyber phishing attacks at your dealership.
 
This webinar is designed for dealers, general managers, sales managers, controllers and CFOs. And because it IS a webinar, you might want your sales team to sit in on it, too. For more info on the webinar, click here.
Register now!
CADA announces fall series of
Title Processing Fundamentals

Back by popular demand, Title Processing Fundamentals is designed for dealership title clerks and processers with fewer than six months’ experience, or as a refresher for title clerks, controllers and office staff.

This 2.5-hour seminar recaps DMV requirements and updates. And you’ll learn:
  • How to complete the requried title documents
  • Unusual titling situations
  • DMV forms and requirements for new forms
  • How Electronic Lien Titling works
  • Sales & use tax recap and reform efforts
For more information about the seminar, click here

The details

When
Thursday, October 18
Denver
7:30 a.m.        Breakfast
8-10:30 a.m.  Presentation
Click here to register
 
Loveland
11:45 a.m. Lunch
12:15–2:45 p.m.    Presentation
Click here to register
 
Monday, October 22
Grand Junction
17:30 a.m.   Breakfast
8-10:30 a.m.   Presentation
Click here to register
 
Glenwood Springs
11:45 a.m.   Lunch
12:15-2:45 p.m. Presentation
Click here to register
 
Wednesday, November 7
Colorado Springs
7:30 a.m.  Breakfast
8-10:30 a.m.   Presentation
Click here to register
 
Pueblo
11:30 a.m.    Lunch
Noon-2:30 p.m. Presentation
Click here to register
 
For details, click here
 
Price
$159       First registration
$139       Subsequent registrations
Regional meetings continue
From legislative wins to scouting out auto techs, regulatory changes to insurance programs designed just for dealerships, F&I opportunities to compliance training and other education, the 2018 CADA Regional Meetings are designed to update you on what CADA is doing on your behalf.

Please join us at the Regional Meeting closest to you. Invite your key team leaders — and register for them, too. For more info and to register, click here or on the meeting nearest you below.
 
Glenwood Springs/Silverthorne/Rifle/Meeker
Tuesday, October 02, 2018 • 5:30 PM
Hotel Colorado • 526 Pine St.

Colorado Springs
Wednesday, October 03, 2018 • Noon
Garden of the Gods Club • 3320 Mesa Rd.
 
Pueblo/Cañon City
Wednesday, October 03, 2018 • 5:30 PM
Pueblo Country Club • 3200 8th Ave.
 
Loveland
Thursday, October 04, 2018 • Noon
The Ranch Events Complex • 5280 Arena Circle
 
Aurora/Brighton/Henderson
Thursday, October 11, 2018 • 8:00 AM
Noonan's Event Center • 13521 East Iliff Ave.
 
Lakewood/Golden/Denver
Thursday, October 11, 2018 • Noon
Denver Marriott West • 1717 Denver West Marriott Blvd.
 
Englewood/Littleton/Centennial/Lone Tree/Highlands Ranch
Thursday, October 11, 2018 • 5:30 PM
Romano's Macaroni Grill • 7979 E. Arapahoe Rd.
 
Denver Metro
Friday, October 12, 2018 • 7:30 AM
CADA Headquarters • 290 East Speer Blvd.
Regulatory & legal updates
New! FCRA Summary of Consumer Rights Document
Effective Immediately
If you conduct background checks on applicants or employees, you’ll need to use an updated “A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)” document. This change was one of the results of recent high-profile data breaches and Congress passing the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.

Highlights:
  • Start using the new FCRA consumer rights summary by Friday, September 21, 2018.
  • The updated document informs people of their right to freeze their credit and obtain fraud alerts.
  • The new document will be available in HRDrive®. Find it in the Toolkit tab > Documents > Hiring Documents > FCRA Rights. You can also download it now.
  • If you use HRDrive as part of your integrated hiring process, the correct form is automatically used.
Full Details
Record Number of Security Breaches in 2018

There have been several high-profile data security and data exposure breaches in 2018 — everything from Russian power grid hacking and more, to 300 universities in the U.S. and abroad being infiltrated, to Equifax’s massive breach that impacted 2.4 million Americans. The United States Congress responded by passing the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.

Among other provisions, this legislation requires credit bureaus to provide fraud alerts, free national security freezes, and freeze releases for consumers. These measures may thwart identity thieves and hackers from opening unauthorized accounts in consumers’ names.

Where Employers Factor In…
As part of this same federal law, background screening providers and employers that conduct background checks were also given marching orders.

Under an “interim final rule,” the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released an updated FCRA consumer rights summary on Wednesday, September 12 and gave employers a little over a week to adjust course.

What is the FCRA Consumer Rights Summary?
If you use a third-party provider or if an employer is going to take adverse action against an applicant or employee (a.k.a., decline to hire the applicant) as a result of something revealed in their background check, the applicant or employee needs to receive a FCRA consumer rights summary. It explains a person’s rights to obtain and dispute information contained within a consumer report (i.e., background check).

What Changed?
The CFPB added 3 additional paragraphs to the FCRA consumer rights summary. They explain people’s right to place a security freeze on their credit reports. The new text also talks about initial, 1-year fraud alerts and extended fraud alerts, which require parties using credit reports to take additional steps to verify someone’s identity.

What Do You Need to Do to Comply?
  • Start using the new document by Friday, September 21.
  • Ensure that your background screening provider is using the right version of the FCRA consumer rights summary.
  • Download the FCRA Rights in HRDrive in the Toolkit tab > Documents > Hiring Documents or right now.
  •  If you use HRDrive as part of your integrated hiring process, the correct form is automatically used.
  • If your state has ban the box legislation in play, follow all applicable regulations.
Questions?
For additional information regarding the FCRA consumer rights summary, please contact your background screening provider or KPA’s Client Success Center at 800-486-0400 or email hrsupport@kpaonline.com.
Upcoming Events
CADA Regional Meetings

Glenwood Springs/Silverthorne/Rifle/Meeker
Tuesday, October 02, 2018 • 5:30 PM
Hotel Colorado • 526 Pine St.

Colorado Springs
Wednesday, October 03, 2018 • Noon
Garden of the Gods Club • 3320 Mesa Rd.
 
Pueblo/Cañon City
Wednesday, October 03, 2018 • 5:30 PM
Pueblo Country Club • 3200 8th Ave.
 
Loveland
Thursday, October 04, 2018 • Noon
The Ranch Events Complex • 5280 Arena Circle

Webinar: 4 Simple rules to prevent cyber phishing attacks at your dealership

Wednesday, October 10
10:00 a.m.
CLICK HERE for more information

Title Processing Fundamentals Seminars

Denver
Thursday, October 18 •  7:30 – 10:30
CADA Headquarters 290 East Speer Blvd. Denver, CO 80203
 
Loveland
Thursday, October 18 •  11:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.             
Embassy Suites 4750 Clydesdale Pkwy. Loveland, CO 80538
 
Grand Junction
Monday, October 22 •  7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Double Tree by Hilton 743 Horizon Drive, Grand Junction, CO 81506
 
Glenwood Springs
Monday, October 22 •  11:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
La Quinta Inn 124 West 6th Street, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Colorado Springs
Wednesday, November 7 •  7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Double Tree by Hilton CO Springs 1775 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80906
 
Pueblo
Wednesday, November 7 •  11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Courtyard Marriott 110 West City Center Drive Pueblo, CO 81003
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Electric Vehicles
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Autonomous vehicles
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Bonds & Forms
CADA has a fillable bond request form for new sales people! This new, fillable PDF form makes it easier, faster and more accurate for us to turn around your salesperson bond request. Because there’s no handwriting to decipher with this form, bond turnaround can be faster than ever. Just download the form, electronically fill it out and return to Khorrie Luther. Questions? Call Khorrie: 303.457.5122.
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Don’t Let Your Business Go Up In Smoke

Fire Prevention Week – October 7-13, 2018
 
Every year, fires costs business owners billions of dollars—and that number doesn’t even begin to measure the impact fires have on the business itself and the families of employees who are injured or killed by the blaze.
 
National Fire Prevention Week, October 7-13, 2018, is a great reminder that preventing workplace fires is not something to be done yearly, monthly, or even weekly—it should be a daily activity. Investigations reveal that most business fires can be prevented if workers consistently pay attention to a few, very specific hazards. To help you and your employees make it home safely each day, your Federated Insurance team is excited to provide a customizable fire prevention checklist you can use to review your business’s fire prevention techniques. (The latest full version of Adobe Reader is required to open and use the customizable checklist.)
 
Made available to all association members through our partnership with Federated, the checklist helps you identify and implement high priority fire prevention practices that can significantly impact your business. It’s designed to also allow businesses to add checkpoints for the unique risks and exposures they face. Scan the QR code above or go to federatedinsurance.com to access the sample checklist and view a video that shows the reality of business fires and discusses the need to make fire safety everyone’s responsibility.
 
Federated clients can find more fire prevention resources by logging on to Federated’s Shield Network®, or contacting Federated’s Risk Management Resource Center at 1.888.333.4949 or riskmanagementmaterials@fedins.com. At Federated Insurance, It’s Our Business to Protect Yours®.
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