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Elon Block

Free Training Tips You Can Use This Week In Your Shop

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Hi everyone,

Alex suggested I post in this forum.

 

For those of you that may new to the forum, I have created a blog here with

helpful articles and videos:
http://www.autoshopowner.com/blog/16-elon-block-sellmoreautoservicecom/

We also have a large archive of free training materials on our website:

http://sellmoreautoservice.com/aboutus/

 

Let me know if we can be of help to you and your business.

 

Elon
410-634-1640

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