How to serve customers in a crisis: William McCormick on The #GetYaSome Radio Show
Shortly after the West Virginia governor announces that auto dealers are deemed essential services and can remain open, I chat with William McCormick from Ball Toyota of Charleston in this first ever attempt at a live episode of the #GetYaSome Radio Show.
We talk about how William is continuing to serve his clients in the midst of the current crisis, dealing with clients who have contracted the virus, and why people still need cars when the world is coming to a halt.
We talk about the value of staying in contact with friends, family, and customers on a human level to find out if there's anything the need, from allergy medicine to a replacement vehicle after a customer's car was totalled.
William does what he can to help and uses his vast network of local connections to solve the problems he can't. He knows a guy,
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