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I'm at my wits end. I have been the store manager for the location I'm at now for 8 months now. I have noticed that the first 2 weeks of the month is extremely slow and the second 2 weeks we are slammed. I have tried everything I can think of advertising wise to get more cars in here to fill the 2 week void but nothing is working. If anybody has any advise or ideas it would be greatly appreciated.

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