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John HoltVP of Business DevelopmentLotLinx - 12/31/1969

VP of Business Development, LotLinxFounder, JWH Consultancy

LotLinx, developer of the auto industry’s first direct-linking technology platform that connects car shoppers directly with dealership websites, is pleased to announce the appointment of John Holt as vice president of business development.

Holt joins Dean Evans, Steve Pace and Jim Bauman on the executive team and will play an integral part of the company’s success strategy for 2014 and beyond

Before LotLinx, Holt founded the highly-successful agency JWH Consultancy, helping companies within the automotive space develop and bring their products to market rapidly.

Prior to JWH, Holt served as the director of business development at AutoUSA, a subsidiary of AutoNation, helping bring products to market and the inside and outside sales teams together to significantly impact the company’s bottom line during his tenure. Holt’s AutoUSA experience came as a direct result of his time at AutoNation eCommerce.

As vice president of business development, John will be responsible for growing the company’s inventory network, as well as developing partnerships with dealership groups and resellers promoting the LotLinx Vehicle Display Network.

LotLinx is the first ever VIN-specific inventory advertising technology that links consumers shopping on over 135 popular automotive research sites directly to the dealership’s vehicle display page (VDP).
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