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Tips & Best Practices for Family Entertainment Centers

Flowers versus Professional Development

By Marlies McKie / January 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

Like other organizations, Family Entertainment Centers are faced with the challenge of staying competitive in the market. They are constantly required to adapt to stay ahead of their competition. Technology develops so fast, it can be overwhelming for businesses to keep up with the latest trends that can make existing skill sets quickly obsolete. Therefore,…

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Track Sales All Year to Help Crush Your Goals!

By Rosie Sales / January 22, 2019 / 2 Comments

At the end of last year, we talked about what Scorecards are and how they can help provide clear communication, accountability, results tracking, and seeing issues before it’s too late. If this is your first time hearing about a scorecard, be sure to check out this article. To grow your sales, you need a strategic…

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a recipe for selling

A Recipe For Selling

By Rosie Sales / January 15, 2019 / 1 Comment

One of my obsessions is watching the Tasty Presents videos on cooking. I love to cook and thank God I am blessed with the gift of being an amazing cook. People ask all the time how I was able to become a good cook. There are two secrets to it: practice and a recipe. It’s…

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Webinar: 5 Steps to Grow Your Birthday Business

By brock / January 14, 2019 / Comments Off on Webinar: 5 Steps to Grow Your Birthday Business

Are you ready to jump-start your birthday party program? A recipe for selling Using outbound calls to book more parties How to utilize your party hosts as salespeople Create a team that hits the streets to sell more Collect information to reach more people

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7 Changes that Will Make a Big Difference in Your Sales Process

By Kim Wheeler / January 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

I am in Sales. I sell. I tend to scare people off because of this. People hear the word sales and their defenses get ready for battle. I understand this, so I prepare for it. Selling a service can be challenging. I am saying to someone, “I can sell you this. It will work. Trust…

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Birthday Sales Qualification Form

By Rosie Sales / January 3, 2019 / Comments Off on Birthday Sales Qualification Form

This recipe for selling will help you sell more and close birthday parties faster!

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2019 Reach Calendar

By Rosie Sales / January 3, 2019 / Comments Off on 2019 Reach Calendar

The TrainerTainment reach calendar is your go-to sales and marketing plan! Each month we have laid out marketing ideas and promotions that are sure to help you increase brand awareness and most importantly sales. In addition, we have listed each week who you should be reaching out to for groups and/or birthday parties in order…

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Reflecting On 2018 and Looking Forward To 2019

By Beth Standlee / January 1, 2019 / 1 Comment

I’m one of those people who love the New Year. I realize we simply turn the calendar and the sun comes up on January 1st just like it did on the last day of this year. However, I am energized. It’s as if we get a clean slate. The race begins anew! I also slow…

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Our Favorite Books From 2018 To Grow Your Business

By Rosie Sales / December 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

The entire TrainerTainment team loves to read. Constantly getting to grow and learn is one of the best parts of our job. We take learning so seriously that intentional learning is one of our team’s core values. Our company defines intentional learning as forward-thinking – anticipating future needs and learning more, reading and asking questions,…

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FEC Marketing Made Easy: Marketing Ideas For The New Year

By Rosie Sales / December 11, 2018 / 1 Comment

Recently I asked a few people if they had already planned their marketing calendar for 2019 and I was surprised so many told me no. I’m huge on planning! I typically start planning in July for the following year. You may be thinking, “Well, you are the marketing director. We don’t have one of those.…

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