This week, RSR Global launched three new solutions for Canadian dealers — GLOBAL ONE, GLOBAL DRIVE and GLOBAL U.
Plastic and metal debris littered the intersection of Parliament and Mill Sts. Wednesday afternoon, where police opened fire after boxing in a stolen car. More than a dozen bullet holes riddled its hood and parts of police cruisers were scattered across the street. One man has been arrested; there are no reports of injuries.
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Canadian auto dealer speaks with Karey Davidson, President & CEO, RSR Global, at the TADA’s Ontario Dealer Day event.
Roy Speed & Ross now operating as RSR Global, today launched a new brand that reflects its corporate mission of ‘Helping Dealers Protect Drivers’. The refreshed look and feel marks the company’s next chapter in bringing innovative growth solutions to automotive dealers.
Roy Speed & Ross is now operating as RSR Global. The new brand reflects the company’s mission: Helping Dealers Protect Drivers. The new brand is all about providing dealers with better tools to help them deliver a better consumer experience while increasing sales.