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It’s that time of year when giving takes priority over getting. Most dealerships I know are extremely generous when it comes to charitable causes, but there’s no need to be humble about it. The more you engage your customers in your holiday gift drives, the more you will be building loyalty with them.
In this recent survey by the American Red Cross, most consumers say they plan to give to their favorite charities despite the slow economy. 79% of people say that they would rather have a donation in their honor than to get a gift they wouldn’t use; and 70% plan to give as much as they did last year. Enabling customers to give contributions through your store’s program is one way to bring customers in, start conversations and create mutual goodwill that can last well into 2013.
Here are a few ideas to build loyalty and tie-in promotions to your current loyalty program around the holidays:
The holiday season can add a lot to a dealership’s bottom line; but there’s nothing wrong with leveraging a little goodwill so you can build customer loyalty and set yourself up for a great 2013 as well.