As a RV dealership you have to train your RV salespeople.
Selling in both RV and car dealerships, you see the difference in how dealerships train their salespeople.
Most dealerships are pretty good about getting leads for their sales teams, but not all of them are good about training their sales teams.
In a RV dealership, marketing and sales have to work together to generate a sale.
If marketing is generating good customer leads, and your RV sales team isn’t closing deals, than someone has to be held accountable.
That someone, is your sales training!
In the car industry it is common to have sales training programs and trainers for a sales team.
In RV dealerships, it doesn’t seem to be the same.
It feels more sink or swim.
Like you’re being thrown to the wolves.
Now, a lot of sales jobs are this way, but I think it would be more beneficial to start training our RV sales people.
Start giving them ways to navigate the hard sale of the RV customer.
RV sales aren’t like car sales.
Customer’s don’t need a RV like they need a car, so you can’t jam them into a deal.
Instead, you have to learn how to conjure up your customers true emotions and wants, and then close on their emotions.
This one thing alone will help you close more RV sales…
Train your RV salespeople!
Have Your RV Sales People Closing Towards Emotion With The Sell More Live More RV Sales Training Program
If your RV sales teams lack training it will show in their RV sales process, and you will miss RV sale after RV sale.
Do your RV dealership and your marketing team a favor by training your salespeople.
Either having your sales manager holds daily training’s or implementing the Sell More Live More Sales Training Program, you have to start training your sales teams one way or another.
RV sales are hard, and your sales people could be closing more of their RV deals if they had daily RV sales training.
Just as Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Tom Brady train to be the best, RV salespeople should too.
Start training your RV sales teams and watch how many more RVs they sell!