Something special is in the air in the Twin Cities, and it’s more than just the snow. Although the hub of winter sports, the home to Winter Carnival, and the famous State of Hockey, to Insignia this snow capped metropolis is known for something else. The Twin Cities offers a concentrated population of dealerships who have embraced the Insignia system, strapped it to their snowmobile, and sped across the frozen tundra.
Dealership Success Stories
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Fair Oaks Motors in Chantilly, Virginia is playing the numbers game—and playing it well. Using Insignia’s digital accessory selling system, the front of the house is presenting accessories at the point of sale to 100% of their customers. You can’t ask for much more, but they’re doing more anyway.
Customer satisfaction is at the top of the short-list of goals at Minnesota’s Dodge of Burnsville and it shows. Dodge of Burnsville is the King of RAM and the first stop for vehicle shoppers in St. Paul, Savage, Minneapolis, and Lakeville. With years of service catering to the community, Dodge of Burnsville is committed to keeping the client happy—and will do whatever it takes to make sure that happens.
Jeff Belzer's of Lakeville, Minnesota is building an enterprise in its showrooms. The dealership has three showrooms. They sell Chevrolet, Kia and Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram. Belzer's has a fully loaded team of accessory sales consultants, car salesmen that support and complement the process, and a fully bloomed operation. Get used to hearing this dealership’s name. Jeff Belzer's was a million dollar club member in 2015, and it is a multi-million jet setter in 2016.
Accessory Sales Manager Creed Medvec, Insignia President David Stringer, and Accessory Sales Manager Cole Hawkins