Is small business better, when done face to face?
Poplar Bluff, Mo (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
PWA today announced it is launching a new marketing campaign. The marketing strategy poses the question, was small business better when it was done face to face?
The multi-faceted campaign is directed to the millions of small business owners that are working hard to stay afloat in this tough economy. At the heart of the strategy is the belief that small business cannot succeed locked behind an office door just punching on keys.
Matt Stahlman, Prize Wheel Advantage's marketing director said, "Maybe I am just old fashioned, but I remember when you met the business owners in your community at the local fairs and events. I knew everyone from my insurance agent to the local florist by name. Our product line offers professionals the opportunity to interact with their community and win the trust and respect that ultimately build small business."
The cost of online marketing is at an all time high, and the effects of social media for many small businesses are just not getting the job done. Many small business owners, while trying to attract a worldwide market, have neglected the local community which gave them their start.
The campaign focuses on reviving the proven strategy of face to face relationship building which has seemed to go by the way in recent years. Prize wheels can be used at a variety of business events to engage prospective customers and build relationships.
- Local stores can use a game to increase sales and build cliental.
- Restaurants can promote a new menu item with a raffle wheel
- Car dealerships may provide incentives to take a test drive..
- Prize wheels can be used at local events to engage potential customers that would have
otherwise passed by.
About Prize wheel advantage:
Since opening its virtual doors in 2009, Prize Wheel Advantage has outfitted thousands of businesses with games to build traffic and increase sales. Prize wheel advantage is located off the beaten path in the hills of the Ozark mountains in Southern Missouri. The Stahlman family conducts all aspects of the business personally, including sales, marketing, and production. For more information on prize wheel products and uses, visit http://www.prizewheeladvantage.com
Director of marketing