Episode 5: Dennis Peltier takes the bus and closes deals all day long!

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Today I’ve got Dennis Peltier on the phone, from Boulder Colorado, who just released his first 9×12 campaign.

What’s interesting is that Dennis filled 7 spaces on a card last year but then ran out of time and had to *gasp*  refund them all! You’d think that would stop someone from doing it again, right?

Nope. Dennis re-strategized and tackled it again with a smarter approach, this time selling out his card and already filling 5 spaces for his next card. Even more interesting is that he doesn’t have a car at the moment and did the whole thing prospecting by foot and city bus.

You’ll learn why revisiting businesses can be super profitable and you’ll even find out what the REAL objection could be when a decision maker tells you that he “just spent all his advertising money”.

Give Dennis some props for getting on the horn and sharing his experiences with us, leave him some support in the comments below.

If you’d like to share your experiences with 9×12, print profiteering, M3, or anything direct marketing, let me know!

 

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6 Comments on “Episode 5: Dennis Peltier takes the bus and closes deals all day long!”

  1. this is a very inspirational story; makes me want to get off my a**
    and get out among the businesses & Make it Happen!
    Thanks, Dennis & Jake for the great podcast.
    Def. looking forward to listening to Ep. # 6 as well. Great Stuff!!

  2. great podcast as usual.

    bob your intro is BOSS

    this podcast will definitely motivate you to get off you butt. good job dennis! thats a real hard workers

    what ive learned:
    got to get some business cards printed (even though in bob’s original wso it says dont give out b.cards but i guess it makes you look more legit)

    get a llc

    JUST DO IT. you dont need a lot of sales techniques

    i’ve also found honesty is the best sales strategy

    and more importantly, get it done

  3. Thanks for sharing Dennis. Jake I truly appreciate your effort and I will be waiting for your next episode thank you once again.

  4. Thanks for a great interview. That was very inspirational. All of the reasons we don’t accomplish our goals are just stories (lies) we tell ourselves. Dennis is proof that you can have a setback in the beginning, but if you’re willing to get off the mat and keep battling, good things will happen. Not having a car didn’t hold him back. Great job in persevering. Oh, and I will call you when my first card is done so you can interview me!

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