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Flash Sale + Social Proof


Flash Sale + Social Proof


Flash Sale + Social Proof

I want to thank Autoshopowner for finally creating a web site that shop owners can go to share ideas and opinions with their fellow shop owners. We trained hard to become great techs, but now we need to become more business-like. Welcome, all new comers and let’s get started and network!

 

Thank you Tony, for taking part in what we think, will be the premier online network for automotive shop owners. We wanted to create an environment where shop owners could work together towards a common goal and help one another be as successful as possible.

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Thank you Tony, for taking part in what we think, will be the premier online network for automotive shop owners. We wanted to create an environment where shop owners could work together towards a common goal and help one another be as successful as possible.

only being a member for 2 days i see great potential here, a very well structured site but, not enough active member participation. topics are of concern to all small buss. owners and is is essential to share to ward off the "corporate chains" attack,my motto "quality work and service are not expensive they're priceless" thanks joe

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only being a member for 2 days i see great potential here, a very well structured site but, not enough active member participation. topics are of concern to all small buss. owners and is is essential to share to ward off the "corporate chains" attack,my motto "quality work and service are not expensive they're priceless" thanks joe

 

Thanks for the feedback, we are a very new site and are looking forward to more participation from our current and future members. :D

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Great to have all new members aboard. The inner power of our industry is what we need to bring to the surface. The independent shop owners are in a real dogfight. The service and repair pie keeps getting smaller. The good news is that we still hold the market share and we still are the preferred choice of the motoring public. But, we cannot rest on what we have, but find ways to increase our market share.

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