Anyone going to tip your salesman? Thinking I might give him something with 3 digits, for putting up with my naggy phone calls wanting to see how my car is coming along.
The myth about car salesmen making tons of money sticks his ugly head out once again!!! I have been in auto sales for almost 5 years now and I'm still no where near "rich-hood."SkyRaider said:perhaps a small gift would be a better token of your appreciation, but not money.............he already sees enough of that, just by virtue of the business he's in. remember he's a car salesman, not a waiter making minimum wage..............
I would tell you that a gift certificate for a local restaurant would be an awesome thank you gift... :thumbs: I would somehow try to find out what kind of food he/she likes and go for it. (Outback, Olive Garden, etc.)Chri203 said:This is exactly what I was wanting to know. What to give my salespeople for putting up with me during this process. I am a salesperson, and know how much I appreciate the extra thank you for trying to keep my customer happy!
Is a gift certificate to a local resteraunt enought? What other appreciation gift can I give? (I have really been a pain to my Sky salesmen) - Yes I have 2 salesmen! One can't handle a blonde, midlife crisis women like me!:lol:
Visa Gift card it shall be!!! How much do you suggest!! Stock is doing great at the moment:cheers: Except for Rite Aid that is. Lost my pants on that one so far.....Saturn Sales said:Wow! How awesome that you guys think so highly of your sales consultants! How about a Visa gift card? It's like cash, but they can use it anywhere that takes Visa.
Just a thought,