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I'd like to piggyback on the thread started by Steve Schneider, who is an admitted newbie to the business. Steve shows a lot of enthusiasm and willingness to do the work, but he's been having problems with his promotions. That got me thinking: what 3 pieces of advice to folks new to the bowling biz world would you experienced operators give?

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1. DEVELOP WELL TRAINED EMPLOYEES FOCUSED ON CUSTOMER SERVICE

2. COLLECT THE NAMES OF EVERYONE WHO WALKS INTO YOUR CENTER AND ESTABLISH A DATA BASE

3. PRICE YOUR PRIME PRODUCTS ACCORDING AT THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE POINT YOUR MARKET CAN BARE AND THEN ESTABLISH DISCOUNT PRICING DURING YOUR SLOWEST TIMES........ IT TAKES MONEY TO MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS
RIGHT on the mark Daniel!!! I AGREE 100%!!

James Switch 972 6794824
1. Great running pinsetters with good lane conditions.

2. Modern facility not just clean but looking like the year 2010

3. Rewarding service with addictive excitement.

Phil
castlelanes.com

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