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Better Business with Barter Tucson

Jun 02, 2017 12:57PM

Dale and Barbara Hulvey, administrators at Barter Tucson, help businesses gain clients/customers who stay with them for the life of the company. Through Barter Tucson, customer acquisition cost is lowered and greater customer retention is attained.

“Unlike the cash world, where you have to hunt and pay for every lead and potential sale through the expenditure of time, effort and money, your barter business is ‘pushed’ to you through the efforts of Barter Tucson, with us as your trade brokers,” says Barbara. “You’re fishing where the fish are—and that’s quite a difference.”

According to the Hulveys, mail order catalog companies spend millions of dollars and gain a repeat customer less than 50 percent of the time. “In the Barter Tucson world, the percentage of first-time buyers returning is over 95 percent, because every one of our members operate in their own best interests. Our exchange rewards one for doing business in this manner, i.e. buying products and services at barter cost—always the best and most economical way to make a purchase,” explains Dale. “So a trade client is a core customer that advertises for you by word of mouth and creates you cash customers. They’ll always frequent your establishment if all things are equal.”

For more information, call 520-909-9200, email [email protected] or visit BarterTucson.com. See ad, page 17.

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