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Hi Everyone! Quick Question. When it comes to getting tips and tricks about growing your car count, income and profit, would you rather...
1) Watch a short video
2) Listen to a podcast
Just curious! You may not know, but I recently started a YouTube Channel at Car Count Hackers. It's all about helping shop owners - regardless if you're a new shop, established shop or thinking of starting your own shop. I've been thinking of adding podcasts - just wanted to know what your thoughts are. 

Look forward to hearing your response!
Matthew Lee
"The Car Count Fixer"
Grow your Car Count, Income and Profits - and it's FREE to subscribe!

 

It's Like Shop Owners 911

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Thanks for your response!
Matthew Lee
"The Car Count Fixer"

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