AutoAwards’ Dealership Customer Loyalty Program
“Every activation, tactic, and campaign at every consumer touchpoint is either building brand loyalty or eroding it. Consumers rarely, if ever, feel completely neutral and, if they do, that too is not a good thing.” (Retail Loyalty)
Loyalty programs boost overall revenue by 5 to 10 percent, with members of these programs spending 5 to 20 percent more than non-members. The case for reward programs is clear-cut, and it’s important to choose the right automotive brand loyalty program for your dealership.
AutoAwards creates auto dealership loyalty programs with proven results since 1991. Let’s talk about how to boost your auto dealership’s customer loyalty.
Benefits of Our Automotive Dealership Customer Loyalty Programs
At AutoAwards, you can count on:
- Real time data reporting
- Goal assessment
- Complete turn-key support
- Hands-on informative, easy to understand staff training
You’ll see how dealer loyalty increases with an incentive program that allows customers to earn exclusive rebate points and rewards. You get to customize the parameters of your program to suit your unique customer base. The program is designed to continually invite and consistently reward customers for doing business with your dealership, rather than with your competition or the factory.
AutoAwards makes good things happen for your dealership! Our dealership collaborations have been success stories since 1991 and we have the record to back it up. Contact AutoAwards online to discuss how to get started with your automotive dealership’s loyalty program or call us at 302-696-6000.
See What Our Clients Say
- Membership in Fred Beans’ AutoRewards program — in place at the group’s 20 dealerships in Pennsylvania and New Jersey — has grown to more than 323,000 members who have earned nearly $35 million worth of points since the program’s inception, according to company officials.
- The program has mushroomed well beyond its original scope, rewarding and engaging customers on many levels. It keeps them returning to service lanes and showroom floors, said Beans Gilbert, the daughter of Fred Beans, company founder and CEO.