Celebrate “Get to Know Your Customers Day” with a Fruit Knife

Celebrate "Get to Know Your Customers Day" with a Fruit Knife
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Tomorrow is “Get to Know Your Customers Day”. How do you interact with your customers from week to week? It depends on what kind of business you have. You may consider these actions tomorrow:

  1. Phone or email your best customers, and ask them how they are using the products they bought from you
  2. Thank your customers using your facebook page, or other social media.
  3. Attend your local chamber of commerce meeting and take the opportunity to make some new contacts, and re-kindle some old ones.
  4. Ask your clients for ideas on how you can improve customer service.
  5. Give your best customers a fruit knife with your company logo. The fruit knife will last a long time, and so will your company logo. Think of how many people will see your knives…Friends, relatives, house guests.

Is Your Fruit Knife Ready For “Get to Know Your Customers” Day?

If you have fruit knives with your logo, you can use them this week.

Thursday, January 20 is National “Get to Know Your Customers” Day.   It happens

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the 3rd Thursday of every quarter in America.

How can you celebrate this important day?

  1. As a business owner, you can use your promotional fruit knives to advertise your business.
  2. Advertise, or just communicate on social media to connect with your local customers. Don’t wait for the big box stores to do that.
  3. Ask your customers if they would like to see you get different items or services.
  4. Ask them if they like what they bought last time they were in your store.
  5. Use the chamber of commerce to hold learning sessions about your products. It costs you nothing but the membership cost.
  6. Give your customers a fruit knife that displays your company logo.
  7. Use a fruit knife to create a food display at your open house this week.

    Fruit Knife with a logo electro etched on the handle
    Fruit Knife with a logo electro etched on the handle