Auto Industry Giants Form Alliance
January 28, 2010
James A. Ziegler, president/CEO of Ziegler SuperSystems, Inc. Snellville,
Georgia, announced today that his company has entered into an agreement with
TK Worldwide, Inc. a Florida corporation, to offer a wide range of advanced
recruiting and training services for variable operations in the retail
TK Worldwide, Inc. has traditionally offered recruiting, training, and
recruitment advertising for automobile dealership sales departments. Now,
with the combined expertise of both established companies, TK Worldwide will
also offer recruiting and training on the Ziegler SuperSystem R to Ziegler
clients, as well as non-Ziegler Clients, or potential future Ziegler clients
upon request. TK has fielded an elite team of Ziegler certified trainers
exclusively for this project.
James A. Ziegler, CSP is an "iconic" celebrity speaker in retail automotive
as well as a nationally acclaimed columnist in Dealer Magazine. With over
thirty-four years in retail automotive as a salesman and record-setting
manager, Ziegler has a reputation with dealers and manufacturers for
dramatically increasing sales, success, and profits with high-integrity.
The Ziegler SuperSystems method of retailing automobiles is a cutting edge,
detailed, and specific method of selling in an ethical, customer-friendly
and extremely effective way. Ziegler SuperSystems has gained national
recognition, as well as the endorsement of every dealer who has effectively
installed this system.
Kevin Bradberry, president/CEO of TK Worldwide, Inc. Tampa, Florida, said.
"Our relationship with Jim Ziegler and Ziegler SuperSystems is the final
piece to a puzzle many dealerships have been looking for. Now, coupled with
our ability to recruit top-quality sales applicants, is our ability to
provide non-Ziegler dealer clients with a true look at the Ziegler selling
process without a full commitment to Jim's program. In addition of course
our Ziegler Clients will be able to recruit new hires and have them
indoctrinated into the Ziegler SuperSystems before they ever hit the floor!
This is HUGE! Because when dealers hire outside salespeople with previous
experience the transition to their specific process can be met with much
resistance, thus causing their process to be diluted each time they hire.
However, if you continue to infuse the dealership with new hires who know
ONLY one way to sell, your process is not only sustained, but made stronger.
By default, the dealer will increase the effectiveness of the process he or
she has already indorsed in their dealership(s). It has always been about
people and process! Now, you can get the best of both at the same time!"