I Found $2 Grand

Tue, May 17, 2011

Dry Cleaning Marketing

I’m Italian. We stash money for rainy (or better yet, sunny) days. Sometimes we forget where we stash the cash.

I lost 30 pounds and I’m trying on a suit that I haven’t worn in 3 or 4 years. I notice a lump in the left inside pocket. I put my hand in their and to my surprise is 20 $100 bills.

I just found $2,000 big ones!!

I was surprised. Just the day before I found a bunch of pennies and a dime in front of my supermarket. I always bend down and pick up pennies. I think it’s good luck.

Anyway, I found some hidden money.

Do you know where the hidden money is in your dry cleaning business?

There is hidden money and if you know how to take advantage of it, you can make a ton of extra profits. In an extreme case, I just showed one of my members how to make an extra $40, 000+ per month. No he’s got a $4.7 million dollar dry cleaners and I gave him one technique and he had the balz to put into action. It’s been 2 months and he’s $80,000 large the better.

If you’ve got a big dollar volume dry cleaner, call my office @ 888-661-7992 and get a call scheduled with me.

Let’s move on.

(I’m assuming) you’ve got customers that love you because you do what you say you’re going to do and you’re quality is second to none. If you’ve got this kind of business, you’re leaving money on the table. I teach the concept of a “mini-conglomerate.”  This is where you get into or partner with all kinds of products and services to sell that loyal herd you have.

Simple services you can offer:

Rug Doctor Rental (I’ve got the program to do that)
Rug & Carpet Cleaning – farm it out
Duct Cleaning – farm it out
Grass Cutting
Painting
Roofing
Etc

I’m sure you get the drift. Build your “mini-conglomerate,” you deserve the extra money that you’ll make from your loyal and trusting customers.

5 Responses to “I Found $2 Grand”

  1. carlton Says:

    I like your way of thinking. and I thought they were just little voice’s in my head. lol Carlton

  2. Melissa Says:

    What a good idea. How do you screen those partner companies? Are you concerned about losing the relationship with your customer in the event that one of those partner companies mess up?

  3. Greg Says:

    I screen those partner companies a couple of ways. I talk to others that have used them and I almost always use them myself. If there is any doubt, I don’t use them. You can tell lots about a company in the way they sell and follow up with you. If that part in no good, the rest probably isn’t either. I hope this helped.

  4. Deen Says:

    I would really like to learn more about this – specifically Rug Doctor Rental and how you manage that in house.

  5. Greg Says:

    Hey Deen! Email me at greg@drycleanerprofits.com and I’ll pass the info on to you. Greg


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