Automotive Marketing Professional Community for Car Dealers, OEM and Suppliers
Time: June 12, 2014 from 12pm to 1pm
Website or Map: http://www.dealeron.com/webin…
ADM Event Type: webinar, free
Organized By: Eliana Raggio
Latest ADM Activity: Jun 7, 2014
Let’s face it…..our customers are a bit skeptical of anything we might present to them. They may not trust us 100%…..ESPECIALLY when we are trying to sell them something.
So STOP trying to SELL and start BUYING!!
In this inspiring 1 hour webinar, a continuation of his brilliant DealerOn webinar “How to REALLY Sell from the Service Lane” from Feb 27, 2014, Jim Kristoff will discuss the entire mindset of how to REALLY sell cars in the Service Lane!
This webinar will take you through not only the mindset, but the “Story” of WHY you want to buy the customers vehicle from them. Once you can get the Customers to understand what is in it for them…the sale is easy!
With the right mindset, you will learn how to swiftly and dramatically build tremendous sales right from your Service Drive. Furthermore, a comprehensive sales process from your Service Lane will also greatly increase customer loyalty, customer retention and, of course, your bottom line!
If you are ready to get your mindset right to REALLY sell vehicles from your Service Lane, then you just can’t afford to miss this presentation. This is the webinar you have been waiting for – don’t miss it!
PRESENTER: Jim Kristoff is the Florida Regional Sales Manager for Auto Alert, a data-mining solution for dealerships that is currently in 2,500 stores in the US and Canada. A 30 year veteran in the Retail Automotive industry, Jim has managed and led some of the largest volume Dealerships in the Country. With 20 Years of General Manager Experience plus 8 years as a partner in his own Honda store, Jim brings a “real” retail perspective on how to take your Dealership to the next level. You can follow Jim on his own website, www.JimKristoff.com where he has over 40 videos and 70 articles that can help any Dealership reach that higher level, or you can email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.