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Last chance to enroll in our Masters Service Advisor training!


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·     When? December 3-5, 2020

 

·     What? Online 3-Day Event + 6 Months of Coaching

 

·     How? Call (800) 204-3548 to enroll

 

·     Enrollment Deadline: November 20, 2020

The Elite Masters Program offers 3 days of intensive sales training, followed by 6 months of sales coaching to ensure that your shop sees permanent results.

 

All training and coaching is delivered by Ratchet & Wrench All-Star Award winner Jen Monclus, and has been proven to increase sales by an AVERAGE of $10,750 per month after the training!

 

Better yet, this is a rare opportunity for your advisors to receive the initial 3 days of training online, so you can save on travel and hotel expenses.

 

This is your last chance to enroll in the course beginning Dec 3-5, so to reserve your advisor's spot, just give us a call at 800-204-3548 or click below to learn more.

 

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