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    Quote Originally Posted by Benzo View Post
    As a little follow-up post.

    In 2018, in this industry, a good salesperson isn't out to "get" you or screw you. We want to build a rapport with you, and create a customer for life.

    We want you to enjoy the sales process, we want you to enjoy your new bike, and we want you to tell your friends to come buy bikes off us. We want you to text or email us pictures of you enjoying your new bike, or how excited you are that you passed your test. We want to see you again when you need riding gear, or when your bike needs a service, and when you're ready to upgrade to an R-class bike. A good salesperson will do a deal that makes the customer happy, the salesperson's boss happy, and keeps the lights on and business running.

    Just this morning I picked up a customer from his house on the way in so he could ride from our dealership to his work. He gave me a six pack of beer which I'll get stuck into this long weekend!

    Unfortunately there are still some dinosaurs in the industry who are just chasing the $$$, who have lost the love of motorcycling, of good customer service.. hopefully we see less of them as time passes.

    I hope some of the above is of some help, apologies to ramble on a tangent, I'm on the cold and flu meds.
    this is exactly my experience with Cullys

    you guys do it right
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    Hoarding bikes would be great but if we did, our houses would look like car yards or the front of the Causeway shops back in the day. We'd have to move the Honda to get the Husaberg to get the Yamaha 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy View Post
    Hoarding bikes would be great but if we did, our houses would look like car yards or the front of the Causeway shops back in the day. We'd have to move the Honda to get the Husaberg to get the Yamaha 😂
    I resemble this remark in spite of selling Casper recently, I need to move Drax and Tweety to get Iris out for a new tyre tomorrow.

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    With the missus having changed jobs, she's had to hand her company car back. Now that we're a one car household... more room for bikes!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy View Post
    Hoarding bikes would be great but if we did, our houses would look like car yards or the front of the Causeway shops back in the day. We'd have to move the Honda to get the Husaberg to get the Yamaha 😂
    What's your point?!
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    There is no point.

    It's just the vibe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benzo View Post
    As a little follow-up post.

    In 2018, in this industry, a good salesperson isn't out to "get" you or screw you. We want to build a rapport with you, and create a customer for life.

    We want you to enjoy the sales process, we want you to enjoy your new bike, and we want you to tell your friends to come buy bikes off us. We want you to text or email us pictures of you enjoying your new bike, or how excited you are that you passed your test. We want to see you again when you need riding gear, or when your bike needs a service, and when you're ready to upgrade to an R-class bike. A good salesperson will do a deal that makes the customer happy, the salesperson's boss happy, and keeps the lights on and business running.

    Just this morning I picked up a customer from his house on the way in so he could ride from our dealership to his work. He gave me a six pack of beer which I'll get stuck into this long weekend!

    Unfortunately there are still some dinosaurs in the industry who are just chasing the $$$, who have lost the love of motorcycling, of good customer service.. hopefully we see less of them as time passes.

    I hope some of the above is of some help, apologies to ramble on a tangent, I'm on the cold and flu meds.
    I couldnít have been happier with my new bike buying experience with Cullyís. When youíre dropping your hard earned and treating yourself it makes all the difference to be have that good experience. It should be fun. Shit youíre buying a motorcycle not a lawnmower. Thatís what you have so many loyal customers. You guys get it.
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