Automotive Loyalty Program Success in Customer Transactions

AutoAwards Announces Over $1.1 Billion In Customer Transactions

AutoAwards is excited to announce over $1.1 billion in customer transactions at our clients’ automotive dealerships. Our executive team has over 24 years of experience in the automotive industry. The business started over 23 years ago with testing an automotive loyalty program through the partnership with other automotive dealerships.

Established Automotive Loyalty Program

The program has proven to be successful with the high record of customer transactions and over 1.2 million customers. Our program is built upon the collective spending on car maintenance and service.

AutoAwards has established relationships with dealerships across the country and is seen as an innovator in the industry by creating programs that work in partnership with local merchants. Part of the rewards program experience has also been a program called “Keep It Local.”

Partnering Locally with Businesses

This program has partnered with 20-30 local businesses to provide over 200 discounts. The savings are not one-time-only coupons. They provide customers with repeat savings at the local establishments each time they go in for products or service.

AutoAwards’ Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Chandler Greene, said, “The program is a huge success for the auto dealerships and local merchants.”

Experiencing High Retention Rates

Loyalty programs established by AutoAwards have provided high service retention rates between 37-70%, Greene said. The amount of customers who activate their membership and go back to car dealerships are every 4 out of 10 customers, with 70-80% going back for service.

The rate of retention for automotive dealerships has AutoAwards and their clients excited about the increased growth and profit. The marketing consulting company has a good reputation in the industry with dealers and OEMs.

AutoAwards is offering a marketing consultation in automotive marketing to start a loyalty and rewards program. Visit http://www.autoawards.com/lets-talk/ to request a consultation.

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