Realtors are fully aware of how important going the extra mile is. That’s because their livelihood depends on it. And, more often than not, it’s the last impression you leave on a client – not just the first one — that defines how favorably they viewed your service and whether they would recommend you to others.
So what does all this have to do with natural gas or Gas South? Quite a lot, actually. Our new Realtor Advantage Program (RAP for short…and, yes, I chose the catchy acronym) was designed to provide realtors with a great, impression-setting housewarming present for their clients: an exclusive discounted rate on natural gas with no deposit ever required plus other special enrollment incentives.
And not only is RAP more generous with your clients than other referral programs, it’s not a one-way street — you also receive special gift opportunities for your client referrals. (What’s the gift? Call 770-763-4678 to find out)
Another key difference: Our user-friendly realtor portal. The portal allows you to track the status of your client referrals so you can see who’s signed up (or who hasn’t) and when you will receive your rewards. Another bonus: There’s also a section which has printable materials that explain our great offer to your clients, saving you the trouble.
However, as great as RAP is, it still lacks something important. A rap! That’s right – a tune with lyrics that are as catchy as the program…a rap for our RAP, so to speak. In fact, I brought this up in a meeting the other day and, surprisingly, there were few takers for the assignment.
Anyway, before I go off on a tangent, I’ll (w)rap up my debut blog post (sorry, couldn’t resist) by encouraging you to sign up for RAP or spread the word. We’re really excited about our program and know you will value your rewards as well as the special benefits for your clients. So, sign up today and learn all of the details.
Oh, and there’s another reason to sign up right away. Our Summer RAP contest is in full effect. We’re giving away an iPad this August, and every realtor who refers a client will be submitted into the drawing. Anyway, for now, that’s a (w)rap!