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Im considering using the advance auto shop managment system and driverside marketing program. We currently use all of their other services and im considering phasing out alldata when the contracts end. That being said, has anyone used driverside? Ive never really advertised or used any marketing, just word of mouth and now its time to step it up. That leads me to my next question, how do you handle turn downs. When you've got a shop full of big jobs (we're a small shop) and couldn't take on more how to you retain that customer?

Thanks again for the great site!

 

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