Bruce Tripido

It’s clear that this year’s Dealerscope 40 Under 40 inductees have learned much from their past and present mentors. Now it’s time to learn from them. As retail’s traditional customer base ages, it’s more important than ever for dealers and manufacturers to reach a younger buying public and establish new relationships to ensure the future health of their businesses. Who better to help reach that base than young employees, those who live the lifestyles, respond to the advertising and buy the products of a key target audience. Our group of 40 Under 40 young industry stars offers some strategies, tips and insights worth

By Joe Paone EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ — On a gray, chilly day in the New Jersey Meadowlands, Sony cut through the winter blahs and welcomed dealers and press to an open house, showing off its fresh new 2003 video product line. There was no keynote speech from a Sony executive; rather, the focus was entirely on up-close and personal looks at the new products, and there was plenty for those assembled to see. In addition to a few video announcements made just last month at CES, Sony fully rounded out its 2003 video line this morning. The 30-inch LCD WEGA TV announced at CES

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