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Elite Worldwide Inc.

New Online Service Advisor Sales Training from Elite!

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We're excited to announce the arrival of Sales Master University, Elite's online service advisor training service that delivers higher sales and happier customers to your shop!  

What is it? 

  • Every month your service advisors will have access to the industry's top sales training delivered by Ratchet & Wrench All-Star Award Winner, Jen Monclus.
  • Plus they'll learn from superstar shop owners and service advisors to help them with real world application, and will benefit from assignments, testing, resources and more.  
  • Your advisors can start learning the moment you enroll them, and can complete each lesson at the pace they choose from the place they choose for only $49 per advisor per month!  

Enroll your advisors in SalesMasterUniversity.com today and get ready for amazing results. 

BONUS: Enroll before July 31st and become a Charter Member and receive Mastering Sales Objections and Phone Procedures for the Automotive Professional, FOR FREE! 

Visit SalesMasterUniversity.com to get your advisors on the path to higher sales and happier customers today!

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