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Hey all,

 

I was wondering if anyone on here knows anything about / has Lighthouse 360. From what I can gather, It's basically a CRM program combined with Bolt-On's Pro Pack. (if someone from Bolt-On would chime in, I'm sure they would have more information.)

 

I have Mitchell CRM and Bolt On Products, but what they offer is something of a Mitchell CRM competitor program bundled with Bolt On's pro pack. I was just wondering if anyone here had heard of or used their services and has maybe some more information. Thank you!

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