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Re: Busy Busy Busy (Photos)
« Reply #40 on: April 08, 2002, 08:50:50 AM »

Your Step 5 is a particularly valuable idea.  I guess I've done this on an informal basis when I've seen a customer at the gas station or something but haven't formally made any effort to do this.  

I do something similar when we sell kd lumber,  I ask them what they are making and if it's something interesting (normally is),  I'll ask if I can come over a take a picture of their project when they've got it done.  This allows for another visit and an opportunity for the customer to show his pride and joy.  I'll always ask how the lumber worked for them, etc.

I don't go so far as to ask them for referrals.  I figure if they are pleased, they'll tell others.


Sorry to butt in on our question to Joey.  Hopefully no harm was done.
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