Selling new and used trucks in an efficient manner, both walk-in customers and internet inquiries.
Solicit prospects and create quotes in order to sell new and used trucks.
Manage new and used truck stock inventory, specifications, and inventory timing.
Manage incoming sales leads and distribute to salespeople as appropriate.
Assist customers with financing and arrange delivery, including presentation.
Train salespeople who properly participate in internet sales business. Establish web pages and links to drive the internet business.
Respond to all phone calls and emails from customers and prospects within one hour.
All other duties as assigned.
High school education or its equivalent.
Possess a valid Ohio driver’s license with the ability to be insured by the Company’s motor vehicle insurance carrier.
Class A – CDL preferred.
Able to climb in and out of a truck.
Must be a strong closer with strong negotiation skills.
Must be committed to getting tasks completed.
Must be able to qualify leads.
Excellent computer skills.
Excellent industry knowledge.
Strong verbal and written communication skills along with math/accounting skills.
Strong customer service skills with the ability to work well with people
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks
Ability to lead, develop and train others.
About Young Truck Sales
Young Truck Sales, Inc. started in October 1954 as a dealer for White Motor Co. and was named Young White Trucks, Inc. at that time. The company started with 6 employees and was located on 3rd Street SW in Canton. Herb Young, his wife Nellie, and sons Richard and Robert founded the company.
By the mid-sixties, the company had outgrown the downtown Canton location and moved to the corner of Perry Drive SW and Southway Street SW. Growth continued and in 1976, the company changed names to Young Truck Sales, Inc to reflect the addition of the Freightliner franchise as a separate line of business. Young also expanded their business by adding a body shop and a leasing company in the late 70s.
A devastating fire in April of 1983 destroyed the Perry and Southway facility. The company made the decision to rebuild, and within one week of the fire, was operating at its current location of 4970 Southway Street SW. That decision was a good one, and Young's continued to grow. In 1989, Young purchased JayMac Body and Frame and expanded the leasing operation under the name of Young NationaLease, Inc. In the 90s, change accelerated. Young established a separate facility for their Volvo and GM...C line of trucks, sold their leasing business to Penske Truck Leasing, and changed control of the dealership to the 3rd generation – Craig A. Young as President and Dealer Principal, and Robert P. Young as Vice-President and Used Truck Manager.