DragonFire Courses Go Live At PowersportsU

DragonFire has announced that it is the latest brand to go live with an interactive online training program at Powersports University. Learn how to better merchandise UTV parts and accessories and become a true sales professional at the swipe of a mouse and a couple of keystrokes. The course is free.

DragonFire has announced that it is the latest brand to go live with an interactive online training program at Powersports University (www.powersportsU.com). Learn how to better merchandise UTV parts and accessories, pick up a little of the DragonFire story and become a true sales professional at the swipe of a mouse and a couple of keystrokes. The course is free.

“We want to support dealers in any way we can,” says DragonFire Sales & Marketing Manager Megan Dible. “In this era of increasing competitive pressures and customers with less discretionary income, it has never been more important to become totally familiar with what you sell.” PowersportsU is here to help with product knowledge and selling skills, tips and techniques delivered via the Internet 24 hours a day… at your convenience. “And it is free! Taking the DragonFire course at PSU is a no-brainer,” says Dible.

If you are serious about advancing your career, or just a little curious about what DragonFire has cooking, PSU has something for you. In addition to three standard PSU training modules, DragonFire even offers a couple of elective courses. Want to learn more about DragonFire’s Can-Am components for the Maverick and Maverick Max? How about the hottest accessories for the RZR XP1K? DragonFire’s extra credit videos take a closer look at the very latest developments.

Unlike conventional sales seminars and training programs that require employees leave the dealership, PowersportsU enables staff to earn as they learn without missing work. In addition to the new DragonFire training program, PSU features online interactive training for brands ranging from Renthal to Vance & Hines. PowersportsU training is free to any qualified industry professional.

For more information: www.PowersportsU.com

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