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Every Automotive dealer in America knows the date they opened for business or bought the store. Plus, with the new year makes and models rolling out, these are some exciting times for the car business.

But if you don’t make it special, really make it mean something, neither will your customers, leads, and prospects!

 

Every direct mail campaign doesn’t have to be just about selling cars. In fact, you may pleasantly surprised how many people will buy when you invite friends, customers, and neighbors in for a celebration without the “sell!”

A nice custom invitation to your special event is just the ticket!

 

 

 

 

About the author:

Todd Vowell has been a business owner since 1994. Took 3 start up companies from zero to over $30 million dollars with over 140 employees including 52 salespeople. Over 2,000 people have been hired, trained, motivated, and educated by Mr. Vowell in the art of successful automotive digital/direct marketing, sales training, and social media.

5,000 Car Dealers have executed over 350 million pieces of mail with his events. Since 1987, dealers have invested over $125 Million Dollars in his custom exclusive events and sold over 600,000 vehicles. Promotions like The Butterball Bonanza, The Auto Loan Alert, The Decoy, Certification Test Market, Drive Back to America, and Dept of Vehicle Acquisitions.

Mr. Vowell is proud to have worked with Jackie B Cooper, Jim Rohn, and his mentor, best friend, and dad, Dean Vowell.

Specialties: Creates the path, never follow it. He combines digital and complex variable data direct marketing, strategy, and enthusiasm for automotive direct mail marketing events worth a repeat performance!

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