Frank Rose has a unique blend of corporate and field experience and has been training and coaching automotive owners, store managers and service managers since the early 1980s. He is goal and results-oriented, exhibits a high degree of business acumen, and is skilled in communication, employee motivation, and team-building.
An innovator with a keen business sense, Frank continually orchestrates dynamic growth in sales and revenue through strategic management – developing methodologies to stimulate immediate bottom-line results and create long-term competitive advantages. He also is a creative problem solver – adept at identifying problems, defining solutions and implementing new processes and procedures.
Frank Rose began his automotive career as a part-time tire technician and has worked his way up through the automotive industry as a successful store manager, district manager, regional vice president and divisional vice president for some of the nation’s largest tire companies. He also owned and operated an independent automotive repair shop. He has consulted for national automotive service companies and was the sole proprietor of an international management consulting company that assisted its clients in all aspects of managing an automotive retail enterprise.
Frank Rose’s education includes the Darden School of Business Education, Frostburg State College, and Montgomery College. He has served on the board of directors for the Better Business Bureau of Washington, DC, Lincoln Technical Training Institute of Columbia, MD, the Washington DC area Tau Kappa Epsilon Alumni Association and Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at the University of Maryland.
He currently lives in Silver Spring, Maryland with his wife Susan and has two children, Andrew and Kara. He is an avid motorcyclist and scuba diver, and his passions include golf, fishing, tailgating and hanging out with family and friends.