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Lexmoto launches trainer referral scheme

Lexmoto has launched an incentive scheme for training schools that will allow them to obtain new bikes for their fleets, in some cases for free. The scheme also aims to generate sales for the Exeter-based importer’s dealers.

Lexmoto’s business development manager, Daniel Frost, said: “Starting from 19 October we will be launching our Training School Bike Referral Programme. The scheme allows CBT training providers the opportunity to obtain new bikes in their fleet with minimal investment via product recommendation. The scheme will provide real benefits to both training schools and our dealer network.”

To qualify for the referral scheme, trainers need to purchase a Lexmoto motorcycle or scooter between 19 October and 30 June, 2016.

Frost explained: “For every new Lexmoto sale, the training school will earn a referral credit. With as few as seven referrals they will be eligible for a free-of-charge vehicle. However, if they want to gain some more referrals they can aspire to access the top models from the Lexmoto range.”

Frost went on: “We launched the scheme because we’ve been reading a lot in the past 12 months about manufacturer-based training schools and the relative doom and gloom surrounding the plight of independent training schools. As most of our dealerships are also independent we can appreciate the importance of such businesses and their contribution to the UK motorcycle Industry so are keen to help out where we can.

“We are excited for a fantastic 2016 with our new models already exceeding expectations and look forward to sharing the success with our dealer network and the training schools in the UK. Whether you’re a dealer looking to reap the rewards of a stronger relationship with your training school or if you’re a training school looking to upgrade your fleet of vehicles there has never been a better time to join Lexmoto.”




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