Infographic: 9 reasons to invest in a loyalty program - Professional Carwashing & Detailing

Infographic: 9 reasons to invest in a loyalty program

A look at the numbers behind the benefits of implementing a loyalty program.

Did you know that a 5 percent increase in customer retention can boost profits by 25 to 95 percent?

Customer loyalty programs are changing the way business is done in the professional carwashing industry.

In addition to providing fast, secure and more convenient cashless transactions, loyalty programs also help overcome the uncertainty and imbalance of profits due to a stretch of inclement weather.

Of course, there are several other reasons why your carwash should implement a loyalty program if it does not already.

The following infographic from SpotOn shows the numbers behind the benefits of implementing a loyalty program.

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Courtesy of SpotOn

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