Five ways to boost your holiday sales

Hornsby, Tory
November 2011
Dealernews;Nov2011, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p36
Trade Publication
The article offers the author's insights on the five ways to increase holiday sales in motorcycle industry. The author states that dealers must print a report of the top 200 selling part between the 47 to 52 weeks of the previous year. He mentions that merchandising play the most important role in selling products. He also mentions the need for training staff, consistent communication with consumers, and pushing sales until the week between Christmas and New Year.


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