Mitchell 1's Business Performance Services Partner, Elite, Launches New Website

Mitchell 1’s Business Performance Services Partner, Elite, Launches New Website

In addition to offering a number of world-class products by Mitchell 1, Elite's new website is revolutionary with the breadth and depth of affordable solutions it provides to the auto repair industry.

Mitchell 1 partnered its Business Performance Services (BPS) program with Elite, a San Diego-based business solutions company, in July 2009 to provide customers and the automotive industry with profitable business management and marketing solutions. Now, Elite is pleased to announce it has launched a new website, EliteWorldWideStore.com, that is designed to help shop owners and dealerships, worldwide.

In addition to offering a number of world-class products by Mitchell 1, Elite’s new website is revolutionary with the breadth and depth of affordable solutions it provides to the auto repair industry. For a limited time, Elite is offering complimentary access to these solutions through their industry-acclaimed Podcasts.

“We are excited about Elite’s new website because in addition to its business building services, the site offers business management solutions as instant MP3 downloads that shop owners can listen to on their computers, iPhones, and over 500 other audible devices,” said Brian Warfield, senior product manager, Mitchell 1.

Elite and Mitchell 1 have an agreement to cross promote each other’s products and services to their own respective customer bases. Elite’s customers are the top shops in the industry, while Mitchell 1 Business Performance Services are designed to help those same forward-thinking shop owners and service advisors.

For more information on Mitchell 1 products and services, automotive professionals can log onto the company’s website at www.mitchell1.com.

Elite is in an industry leader that specializes in helping shop owners dramatically improve their sales, profits and the value of their companies, in the most affordable and effective way. In addition to their industry-acclaimed sales and management courses, Elite offers a wide range of business-building solutions including coaching services, professional development courses, Web-based learning programs, and audio-video courses that are second to none, worldwide. Founded in 1990, Elite is based in San Diego, CA. For more information, visit EliteWorldWideStore.com.
 

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