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Don’t let your competitors get ahead of you — ACT NOW!

When the COVID-19 crisis winds down and you reopen, it’s not going to be “business as usual.” You’ll be starting over.

Customer loyalty levels will be lower, because your customers weren’t being served. No relationships were being built or strengthened. No branding was reinforced.

But if you’re ready, you can make up all the business you lost and more. You can get back all of your market share and a chunk of your competitors’ too.

This is the time — right now — to get a marketing plan in place… to develop a response-generating message, plan media buys, fix your website and create social media.

That’s a lot of work. And do you even know where to start, and what your top priorities should be?

The experienced professionals at Farris Marketing do, and they can help you. We know what works and what doesn’t. We can get you ready to make the most of that opportunity.

With 30 years of successful experience developing marketing for local, regional and national organizations, Farris will guide you through your comeback and help you become an even greater success.

Farris charges a flat fee for services, and all services are estimated upfront. We have special packages and pricing available now — especially on websites and social media. You may even qualify for deferment of fees.

But don’t delay — call (330) 782-8061 or contact us today. Make sure you have a solid marketing plan ready for when business reopens. Because your competitor does. 

About The Author

  • Author | George Farris
George Farris is CEO and Senior Brand Coach at Farris Marketing. Connect with George on LinkedIn using the icons above.

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