Develop a discount display for your veterinary practice

Develop a discount display for your veterinary practice

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Jul 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

We use a large bulletin board in our reception area to display information on a variety of seasonal topics. Instead of the usual flea and tick collage that I do every spring and fall, I made a discount display. It still has all the information on our selection of products, but we also list every promotion. Pet owners decide which products they'd like, tear off the corresponding coupons, and bring them to the front desk. A bonus: It also saves us some time at the front desk, because we don't need to review every product and promotion with each client.

—Terina Dobson, office manager
Poland Animal Hospital
Poland, Maine

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