David M Chwastyk
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  • Quakertown, PA
  • United States
  • Kelly Automotive Group
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What company do you work for (or own)?
Kelly Automotive Group
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Sales and Leasing Consultant
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The one, The only, Mike Myers
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I am young, ambitious, and eager to learn from those who have the experience, that I hope to obtain.

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At 11:56am on June 22, 2011, Stephanie Young said…
I read your blog regarding writing form letters. This stumbling block comes up often, even with our own sales team.  I am sure you are not the only one wondering how to get a message across to a prospective client.  So instead of hi-j****** your blog, I wrote one in response to your blog so that others can search and find it.  I hope you don't mind. Click here for link to blog regarding sales letters   The sales letter concept is usually where a sales team starts.  You can apply these concepts to other letters with a little creativity and imagination that starts with what do you think a client wants to hear and then delivering it with the same principals from the sales letter tip sheet.  I hope this was helpful.
At 12:41pm on August 19, 2010, Nicolas Warren said…
Sales is still personal, so using technology to assist in building a relationship is your biggest point of leverage. Everyone nowadays will first check everywhere online possible before pulling the trigger on a car, but there has to be a reason to research YOUR DEALERSHIP.

Get creative and interact with people and focus on the relationship because you won't only sell them a car, but you'll gain their recommendation to all their friends.
At 12:26pm on August 18, 2010, Bill Goodfriend said…
I agree with many of the comments left on this post. Give them all the information they request, but more importantly ask questions! Open, Identify, Commit, Close! If they want more pictures, ask them how many. Ask for the appointment don't just assume "if they're interested". Sell by asking questions which they have to answer yes to, build value and don't vomit all your knowledge on them. It's a new world out there and you are embarking on something that is quickly becoming revolutionary. Good luck to you and your future endeavors.

Best Regards,
Bill Gill Goodfriend



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