Dealers take on lender relationships at Powersports Finance Summit 2023
Dealership leaders will discuss lender and dealer relations at 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 31 during the 2023 Powersports Finance Summit, taking place Oct. 30-31 at the Bellagio Las Vegas.
Taking the stage to discuss the resources dealer need from lenders will be Michael Campbell, finance and insurance manager at Destination Cycle; Kenny Chen, founder and owner of Onyx Moto; Greg Ditus, director of inventory and logistics at Elway Powersports; and Robert Matt, finance director at iMotorsports. They will also discuss managing relationships with lenders and consumer demand amid the current macroeconomic landscape.
The Powersports Finance Summit brings together executives and decision makers in the powersports finance industry and includes panels on digital strategy and technology, softening used vehicle values and opportunities in EV financing.
View the full agenda for the event here.
Campbell joined Destination Cycle in 2017 because of his passion for motorcycles, after serving in the U.S. Army.
Chen in 2014 founded Onyx Moto, which he has built it into a $7 million dealership, and the largest pre-owned motorcycle dealer in San Diego, according to its website.
With 36 years of experience in the powersports industry, Ditus became general manager at Interstate Honda, a John Elway-owned dealership, in 2021, before assuming his current role with Elway Powersports in August 2022. He began his career in 1991 as a parts and service manager at Interstate Honda.
Matt is the director of finance for two iMotorsports stores in Florida and one in Chicago. He joined the company in 2016 following 23 years of managing finance departments in the auto industry.
Powersports Finance Summit, a premier event for companies involved in recreational vehicle financing, returns October 30-31 at the Bellagio Las Vegas and features a fireside chat with Yamaha Financial Services CEO Craig Hewitt. To learn more about the 2023 event and register, visit here.