While Missouri-based Mac Tools distributor Rusty Deman sees an average of 250-300 customers each week, he thinks quite a bit about who he willing to do business with.
Brenton Riley, Mac Tools distributor in the Ft. Worth/Dallas area, offers insights on starting up his business.
Independent distributor Nick Morello uses the photo-sharing social media smartphone app Instagram to have fun on the job and connect with customers.
Now established in the business and entering his second year, Waterford, Penn.-based Mac Tools distributor Timothy Johnson is acutely aware of his development on the job.
These wrenches are designed to provide users with great access and allow them to complete jobs quickly.
For Bob Flynn, mobile tool sales was the right opportunity, allowing him to carve a niche in competitive Austin, Texas
Chicago-based Mark McWayne offers selling strategies for scan tools
Professional Distributor checks back in with New York-based Tom Neamon, who takes it upon himself to provide tips, advice and encouragement to those mobile tool dealers trying to gain a solid footing in the business.
Mark McWayne uses a hands-on approach when it comes to selling.
Pennsylvania-based Dave Capp stresses that he's not a hardcore salesman; he strives to maintain relationships in order to help his business succeed.
While servicing the traditional dealerships and aftermarket repair shops, Pennsylvania-based Dave Capp also stops at muncipalities, schools, farms and more.
This compact impact wrench allows users easy access to transmission, engine and brake work.
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