The Guest Experience

Podcast: The Guest Experience

Looking to update your customer's experience? Tune in for advice and ideas from Ryan Powers of SoundFox.

In this audio airing of a past Executive Spotlight interview, Ryan Powers, the VP of marketing and business development with SoundFox, discusses the importance of the guest experience during the car buying process.

From the hold message for call-in customers to those waiting for F&I help in the dealership lobby, Ryan offers his insights to give your customers the experience they want.

Find the video interview with Ryan on our YouTube channel or in the Executive Spotlight archives.

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