ScooterGirls and GoGo Gear Introduce First of Its Kind Affiliate Program for Powersports Dealers to Gauge Customer Interest in New Product

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Scooter Girls and GoGo Gear introduce the first of its kind affiliate program for motorcycle and scooter dealers that enables dealers to gauge customer interest in new products risk free. Different from other affiliate programs, the GoGo Gear Affiliate Program makes it possible for dealers to use real time data to make better decisions about the products they want to carry in their stores.

Fresh off their appearance at DealerExpo, the Scooter Girls, Inc. of Los Angeles, ( makers of highly fashionable protective riding apparel for motorcycle and scooter riders, have experienced a continued enthusiastic response to their new GoGo Gear Affiliate Program. One of the most innovative programs available to motorcycle and scooter dealers, the GoGo Gear Affiliate Program provides dealers with the opportunity to introduce the GoGo Gear line to their customers, risk free.

Unlike other affiliate programs, the GoGo Gear Affiliate Program is designed to help dealers understand the extent to which their customers might be interested in the GoGo Gear product. The dealer benefits from any sales that result and most important, enables them to make purchasing decisions based on data instead of sales pitches or intuition.

Arlene Battishill, creator of GoGo Gear, says that “the GoGo Gear Affiliate Program is the perfect solution for dealers who are interested in the GoGo Gear product but are not yet certain of their customers’ level of interest.” Battishill says that “men and women are constantly telling me that they are tired of wearing leather and want more stylish, better fitting gear. This is the same thing people are telling their dealers but many dealers have been slow to respond or have not previously had any options to meet that need. GoGo Gear is the solution.”

With the GoGo Gear Affiliate Program, dealers receive a payment of 5% of the retail price for any sale that results (less shipping and taxes). Through a unique dealer identifier, all traffic and sales can be tracked via an online affiliate tracking program that provides transparency to the dealers. With a simple click, dealers can monitor the website traffic which can give them confidence to move forward with bringing the product into their in-store inventory. The GoGo Gear Affiliate Program is available to any dealer with a website and are encouraged to send the GoGo Gear link to their customers via an email blast.

ScooterGirls, Inc., the company behind GoGo Gear, is recognized worldwide for their innovative designs for protective riding gear and their cutting edge use of the social media and technology for brand building and for driving traffic and sales.

To sign up as an affiliate,

ScooterGirls, Inc. is also available for social media and affiliate program consulting to the power sports industry.

About Scooter Girls and GoGo Gear )

Scooter Girls, Inc., founded in 2008, is the brainchild of Arlene Battishill, the President/CEO of the company. Their main product, GoGo Gear (, was developed out of the lack of fashion forward protective riding apparel for motorcycle and scooter riders. For riders with corporate jobs or people needing to be dressed appropriately upon arriving at their destination, there was nothing suitable available in the market and as a result, GoGo Gear was created.

The GoGo Gear jackets include CE-approved protectors for the shoulders, elbows and back areas and two layers of abrasion resistant fabric that are waterproof and windproof. Multiple reflective details increase the visibility of the rider. All of the safety features are engineered into the jackets so that they are concealed, leaving no indication that the jackets are used for protection.

Contact Details:
Arlene Battishill
President & CEO
ScooterGirls, Inc.
2431 Tesla Terrace
Los Angeles, CA 90039
(323) 662-1600
Email: arlene(at)gogogearla(dot)com
Website: www dot scooter-girls dot com
Twitter: @LAScooterGirls

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