Find J&P Deals on Twitter
December 18, 2009 | By: Tim Barcz
The Internet is a wonderful place. Consider that only a few short years ago, if you wanted to buy quality motorcycle parts and accessories, you basically had one of two options: You could pick up your favorite motorcycle parts catalog, or you stop in to your local dealer and browsed the selection on-hand.
The Internet has changed the game entirely. From the computer in your very own living room or office, you can research new motorcycle parts or hunt for hard-to-find vintage Harley replacement parts for that knucklehead you’re rebuilding.
Unfortunately, with the ease of the Internet comes a flood of content. Who do you trust? Where do you find really great deals? Often it can be a maze that ends in frustration… you find a great deal but it’s from a company or website you’ve never heard of. With that dollar in your pocket being worth more to you in this economy than ever before, it’s understandable if you question the company who’s offering these great deals.
This year has challenged everyone economically, and one way we here at J&P Cycles are working to serve you better is by making great deals available to you each and every day of the year. For the past few weeks, we’ve been using Twitter to post a “daily deal” for customers. At times, these are clearance items with huge discounts or special items we’ve picked up at a big saving that we’re passing along to you. The deals vary by day, but you never know what you might find. Some items recently posted through our Twitter deals feed included:
Where customer service has always been our #1 priority, we’re using new tools like Twitter to provide the same great service you’ve become accustomed to.
If you’re already on Twitter, you know what do to. If you’re new to Twitter, visit us at http://www.twitter.com/JPCyclesDeals, where you can sign up for a free Twitter account and follow us for free. You’ll never know what you may find (it’s even been rumored that our Twitter followers get access to discount codes before anyone else).