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Our Xtreme Duty products have the longest guarantee in the industry and we put it that  in writing!

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  • It will last for the time guaranteed. 
  • We guarantee our lamps longer than any one else.
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Sales Corner “The Power Of Mimicry”

“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” -Charles Caleb Colton

Mimicry is an essential tool for helping your customer. Copy your customer!  People do business with people they like and trust. What creates this trust is a sense that the other person (i.e.. lighting specialist) is like them. People are more at ease with people that reflect their personal tone, stance, pace, dress, and use of language. So the best way to give your customer the best service is to start by reflecting these aspects of their personality.  Look at mimicry as letting the customer take the lead.

Here are a few tips

1. Mimic their tone. If customer is relaxed be relaxed and vice versa. If they are serious present yourself and serious and no nonsense. Don’t present yourself contrary to the tone they set.

2. Mimic their stance. If they are standing  make sure you are or if they are sitting try be seated as well.

3. Mimic their pace. Don’t be in a hurry if they are moving slower than you. Be at ease if they are. If they are moving the conversation quickly be quick.

4. Mimic their dress. Dress appropriately for your customer. Don’t dress in a three piece suit when visiting somebody that works in an auto shop and conversely don’t dress casually if you meeting with an executive.

5. Mimic their language. If your customer speaks plainly and simply then speak the same way. Likewise if your customer is someone who speaks with a technical vocabulary then speak in these terms.

Mimicry at its best is empathy. Doing this will not only gain their trust and good will, it will help you solve the customers problem. Mimicry puts your customer at ease and allows for better communication. Many times customers are so worried about being “sold” that they offer resistance even when they could really use our help. Remember that imitation is the highest form of flattery!



President Curt Kesselring “PHONE OR IN PERSON”

PHONE…OR IN PERSON?                             


The phone is a powerful tool of convenience! We can call a buyer who is 30 minutes away and sell him a repeat order. We save time and pick up a nice $600 order! However, there are downsides to using the phone. Here they are:


  • We aren’t updating the Buyer on the new products we have added…we’re letting them learn about new products from the Big Box Stores or the peddler selling cheap LED fixtures.
  • We’re not strengthening our relationship, our friendship. Remember friends buy from friends. Is our friendship strong enough to counter a peddler’s pitch on “cheap LED’s that last forever”?
  • When was the last time we did a “Lighting Survey” of the Buyer’s facility to see where else we can help them with better lighting?
  • Does the Buyer think of you FIRST whenever they have a lighting question?
  • When was the last time you got a lead from that Buyer on a neighboring business or Buyer’s across town that you Buyer knows?


A phone call is a powerful tool but the field call is even more powerful. Be sure to use Field Calls to cement your Buyer’s to you and be sure to use Field Calls to build your account base.


This past week Paul St Jean wrote one of his key accounts for a $78,000 order!! I asked him how he got that account. He said “It all started with a field call…I got tossed out!” He then followed that with numerous Field Calls, and numerous small orders over a 2-year period. As he built his relationship the orders grew in size…ALL FIELD ORDERS! It culminated with this large order…and the BUYER is only half relamped!


Everyone has accounts that can be developed with good service. Take a look at your accounts and ask yourself these 5 questions:


  • Can I provide them better service?
  • Do they know about other products I offer that would improve their lighting?
  • Am I the first person they think of when they have a lighting need?
  • Am I seeing them often enough in person?
  • Do I deserve more of their business?


We have the best lighting product line in the world! We have the best money making opportunity in the lighting industry! All we have to do is to make sure we let every Buyer know what we have to offer!


Good Selling,

President Curt Kesselring

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Sales Corner “Be A Good Influence”

“If you want to conquer fear, don’t sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”- Dale Carnegie

So much of sales is about influencing the buyer make a decision.  Whether they are a aware of it or not, the customer looks to you to guide them in making the right decision. Here are a few tips to help you be a good influence on your customers.
1. Motivation. Find out what your customer wants. What is motivating them? Get to the bottom of what they really want and give it to them!
2. Interest– Be interested in your customer! Give your customer your full attention and make them feel special. This not only helps develop a deeper relationship it also gives better insight into what they want.
3. Emotion–  Be the person that brings excitement into their lives!  Try to be creative, humorous, and spontaneous with your customer. In other word make them feel good about you and the decision they are making.



There is an old saying that people buy from people they like. This is only partially true. People really buy from people they trust. The kind of long term client relationships we build are based on this simple principle. Here are ve ways of building trust with your client.

1. Know your product- Be the expert your client wants to call when they have a lighting problem. Make a commitment to gain new product/industry knowledge every day. 15 minutes of study a day will lead to big results for your con dence and your clients will love you for it.

2. Be Honest- This is kind of obvious but being honest is about letting your client know what you know. If you don’t know it admit it and call your Coordinator! This will show that you are willing to go the extra mile to nd solutions.

3. BeDirect-Speakclearlyanddirectlyaboutwhatsolutionsare best for your client. If you see your client making a mistake in choice be forthright and tell him so. Even if they don’t accept the solution they will at least appreciate your concern.

4. Be Evenhanded- Don’t bad mouth the competition. Being really negative about others can really back re and come across as self-serving. Emphasize the positive of what you can do for the client.

5. Listen- Silence is golden. Keep your mouth shut and ears open can really help you get to the best solution for your client. Acknowledge what is being said and ask questions!




Why do some salespeople’s sales plateau . . . or even decline? There is only one reason for a decline in sales and income . . . and that is a decline in the number of new accounts that a sales person opens.

We used to have a sales person, who passed on years ago, but left us with some time honored wisdom. He always said to me, “Curt, ALL accounts have finite lives. It’s only a matter of time until you lose them!” Consequently he made it a point to open as many new accounts as he could each week AND CONSEQUENTLY he was one of our Top Producers. He wasn’t, however, our best salesman, just someone who wrote more volume because he had more accounts than most of the other salespeople!

New Accounts are the lifeblood of our business AND believe it or not, Summer is a good time to add accounts to your file box. Yes, more buyers are on vacation, but the ones that aren’t are more willing to talk to you. If they aren’t in, get their business card and set appointments in the afternoon between Repeat Phone calls. Use those “cool” mornings to make “cold” calls. If they’re in, pitch them. If not, get their business card and set an appointment.

So, use Summer to refill your file box and watch your volume take a leap this Summer and especially this Fall. In the Summer the number of Calls you make increases but so does your Closing percentage AND your Sales AND most importantly your INCOME INCREASES!!

Good Selling,

President Curt Kesselring

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