Summers Over…Jump Start Your Marketing this Fall!

Posted on September 2, 2010

In many communities, fall events such as Halloween parties and craft fairs are often put together; usually inside a building because of the changing weather. Consider sponsoring one of these events, should the opportunity present itself. During the course of the event, take a car from your large selection and park it in a place where people will see it. Let them sit inside and look around, but do not let them drive; doing this in a place full of people is not the most safe idea. Should somebody express interest give them a card with contact information so that they can reach you at a later time. Make sure that the building that the event is being held in allows cars to be parked inside, if it is even possible.

Ask somebody, either a member of the staff or a person with great experience, to film a video that you can put on a video sharing site like Youtube. With attention grabbing music playing in the final production of the video, give people a tour of the inside of the limo or other vehicle. Some visitors have probably never seen the inside of a limo, and may be so fascinated that they will want to learn more.

Give out free pumpkins or special fall themed gift bags to your already established customer base. By showing them that you appreciate their business, they are sure to want to stay with you. On top of that, they will want to tell their friends and family. Include items such as fall recipes, stickers for the younger members of the family, note pads, and so on. Be sure to include at least one item that bears your company logo. This will make it easier for people to remember your name.

Join a social networking site like Facebook and Twitter. Not only will you show people that you can keep up with the times, but you will be able to interact with them on an immediate basis. They will not have to email you or make a phone call in order to ask questions or file complaints. All they need to do is leave a comment, and you can get back to them. Accounts are not difficult to set up, and anyone can maintain it with a little practice. Should you run into any trouble, we can help you manage your brand, both online and offline.

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