Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Mikey P, Jan 7, 2018.
Mikes Vacuum Repair, ummm we also clean carpet too.
Cross merchandising at its best.
When I was younger I wanted to open a place called “Rydelly’s Deli and Aircraft Parts”. It would have been a big hit.
He’ll no a broken vacuum means a dirty carpet, means I get called back to clean sooner!
God next your gonna ask if I rinse prespray?
Ya the samichs would’ve flown off the shelf.
Yes, our commercial accounts that don’t maintain them, we do. Of course we also furnish vacs.
A few years ago, I tried selling vacuums. It didn't go too well
I love it when they make sure the vac is out in plain sight, as if they actually use it!!
And, I have spent longer unclogging them a few times than cleaning their "regularly vacumed" carpet. !!!
I must have sold 150 Sanitaires...
I tried selling this model. It’s light, powerful for the homeowner’s needs, no filters, quiet, has a cool light, and has attractive colors for the soccer Mom not to freak out if the guests see it
You’d think that if the person who takes care of your carpet suggests a certain model, than you’d take his opinion seriously. Obviously I failed.
I thought the price was very reasonable compared to the Dyson
But I’m a terrible vacuum salesman. This picture and some jibber jabber is still on my Facebook page.
I was selling the 886 for $320ish, so yeah, you must have sucked.
I carried that vacuum on the truck with me and used it as a demo for people that I felt I could sell it to. They just weren't attracted to it. I don't know if the dyson was the flavor of the month or I was just a crappy vacuum salesman. I just didn't have that RA vacuum salesman in me, like you do.
Shark is the current flavor.
People are more likely to take a recommendation if it’s not a sales pitch.
Far over due.
Fan hasn't moved in a while...lol