Adam Goldfein. Every Saturday morning, hundreds of thousands of people religiously tune in to discuss car buying.
Every Saturday morning, hundreds of thousands of people religiously tune in to discuss car buying.
It’s a nationally-syndicated radio show – which reaches folks from 18 to 80 answering their most personal questions – and allaying their fears and concerns. The show is called AutoScoop.
Says Goldfein, “The show is about the car buying process. It’s designed to help people with their fears and concerns. Let’s face it, people are scared to make a mistake when car shopping – and the common stereotypes inflame those fears – making the transaction less enjoyable than it should be. We address it head on – the goal: to make car buying fun for both the dealer and consumer.”
Growing up in a “car family,” Adam has been involved with the automotive industry his entire life. His first job was stamping brochures at his father’s dealership at the age of four. He has worked his way through every department of a dealership including ownership.
He has 12 years experience operating some of the largest import and domestic dealerships in the country, including his family's auto dealerships in New York, as well as a group of five dealerships in Chicago and a group of five dealerships in Atlanta.
It is this "insider knowledge" that he delivers to his radio and television audience each week. With his quick wit and no-nonsense delivery, Adam cuts through the confusion and fear that many people have when faced with buying a car.
Married with four children, Adam has an undergraduate degree from Emory University and a law degree from Fordham Law School. He is admitted to practice law in New York and Georgia.