PC&D Unscripted ep. 63: 10,000 members per site with Brink Results

PC&D Unscripted ep. 63: 10,000 members per site with Brink Results

Leadership from Brink Results discuss what goes into a successful membership program.

On this Unscripted video, we welcome Steve Gaudreau, president, Patrick Gesuele, corporate vice president, and Jonathan McCrady, senior training consultant, with Brink Results to discuss growing and maintaining a large membership base.

Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch all the latest videos, including more interviews in our PC&D Unscripted series.

Read “How to get 10,000 members per site” by Steve Gaudreau from the December issue of PC&D here.

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