Light Electric Vehicle Association Hosting Webinars for electric bicycle Dealers-Retailers
June 1, 2011
For Immediate Release
Contact: Sid Kuropchak, LEVA
Light Electric Vehicle Association Hosting Webinars for Dealers-Retailers
Orono, Maine – The Light Electric Vehicle Association will host a Webinar featuring IBD Owner, Mike Wolf of Bloomfield Bikes and Repair Show (CT) on July 20 and July 27. Mr. Wolf has been in the bike business for over 50 years and is the top ebike retailer in New England. He has had his share of good and bad experiences but has now found the right path to success.
Each Webinar, “The Ebike Bullet Train…What Every Dealer Should Know” will last 30 minutes and will cover tips on how to successfully make a profit selling electric bikes. Areas covered will be choosing the right suppliers, inventory, parts and service, sales training, test rides and shop organization. Dealers who are considering adding electric bikes to their inventory or are already selling them will find this short and concise presentation to be of immediate value.
You can call in or participate on line.
"I am hearing from ebike distributors and retailers that ebikes are selling, and that they make money. Mike and others have demonstrated real success in this area, and I am delighted that they are sharing their knowledge and success”, says Ed Benjamin, Chairman of the LEVA.
The Webinar will be presented at and, 2011. Please register by clicking on either session below:
If you have any questions or need help with registration, please contact sidneyk@LEVAssociation.com.
About the Light Electric Vehicle Association
The Light Electric Vehicle Association (LEVA) represents the strategic interests of light electric vehicle retailers, dealers, distributors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the development, sale, and use of LEVs worldwide. Members receive support and educational resources to expand their businesses while initiating efforts to influence and adopt legislation, regulation, performance standards, promotion and general best practices in the light electric vehicle industry. The global trade association has over 190 members from 20 countries. You can learn more at