Forging a Future in Franchise Marketing

For corporate franchising, supporting each franchisee through centralized marketing campaigns can be an uphill battle.

For our client, U-Save Car and Truck Rental, this was no different.

With over 200 locations around the world, U-Save boasts an impressive customer base and never stops striving to expand their reach. But with their growth came an overwhelming demand for marketing support from their franchisees.

Enter Distribion

U-Save approached Distribion with a need to help franchisees increase sales through email marketing in an easy-to-use and highly efficient way for all local ownership, no matter their digital savvy.

The results were astounding

By using simple opt-in capabilities and a centralized corporate control, U-Save now has an impressive rate of adoption for marketing campaigns and enjoys email open rates nearly double the average, making a real difference for their franchisees.

To learn how this recognized leader in car rental franchising employed marketing automation and increased their success rates, download the case study below.

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About the Author

Alex Navarro is a California-native who currently lives in Dallas, Texas with his fantastic wife. In the past, he’s been responsible for creating, developing and executing national brand awareness campaigns and has enjoyed developing personalized marketing and promotional plans. Alex studied advertising and marketing at Pepperdine University and has enjoyed working in the field ever since. He also loves meeting new people – connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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