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ShowroomMagnet Launches Partnership with Flick Fusion Technologies

July 22, 2013

HOUSTON – ShowroomMagnet, an online incentive-based marketing program, is pleased to announce a partnership with Flick Fusion, a provider of leading automotive video marketing solutions.
 
Flick Fusion will incorporate ShowroomMagnet’s incentive-based marketing program into its dynamic online and mobile video products. Flick Fusion’s videos enable its retail automotive clients to engage and impact customers, resulting in increased sales and ROI.
 
ShowroomMagnet offers targeted Internet, first-party, and third-party leads electronic gift card incentives via customized offers to drive showroom visits and test drives. Once the incentive has pulled the lead into the dealership the electronic gift cards are validated for instant use. The result is more leads, more shows and a great customer experience leading to more sales.
 
To see an example of the ShowroomMagnet incentive program incorporated into a Flick Fusion video, visit the inventory section of CarCitywest.com by clicking here. Then select any vehicle and simply click on the video icon.
 
CEO of Flick Fusion, Brian Cox, added, “ShowroomMagnet’s complementary technology and incentive-based marketing solution is a great fit for our video solutions. The result will be impactful from the end customer’s perspective and will deliver more sales and profitability to our clients.”
 
Ken Luna, vice president of strategic partnerships at ShowroomMagnet / Online Drive concurred, “Our services go hand in hand,” he said. “A large portion of all internet traffic is video and we’re extremely excited to be partners with such a great company in this space.”

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