Operations

LCT Webinar Coming: How To Better Promote Your Service

Lexi Tucker
Posted on January 24, 2018
Tammy Carlisle of Action Worldwide Chauffuered Services in Atlanta, Ga.
Tammy Carlisle of Action Worldwide Chauffuered Services in Atlanta, Ga.

LCT Magazine will be kicking off the first of an ongoing webinar series with Tammy Carlisle of Action Worldwide Chauffuered Services in Atlanta, Ga. on Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT on the topic of boosting your bottom line with creative bookings.

This webinar will share upselling techniques and simple methods to maximize your current fleet without added cost to the operator. You'll learn how to increase your sales as much as 40%. Last year, Carlisle and her team had an overall sales increase of 44.93% in gross revenue combined with a 30.38% increase in transactions.

Retail and corporate operators alike should join in to see how they can use their sedans, SUVs, and executive Sprinters working evenings and weekends rather than gathering dust.

  • No matter where you are located people celebrate weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, sports, theater, concerts, date nights, proposals, girls day out, guys night out ...the list is endless.
  • Target the unique venues in your market...
  • Target unique demographics in your market...
  • Partner with local venues and businesses for added exposure...
  • Upsell with not only add-ons such as champagne, rose petals, chocolates, etc.... but vehicle size for comfort and additional time.

Sign Up Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6059610179250439169

Related Topics: Atlanta operators, bottom line, building your clientele, client demographics, client markets, Georgia operators, industry education, profits, retail markets, revenue growth, Sales & Marketing, tourism

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