How To Make Money from Other Stores

New businesses might be a little intimidated. How are they going to survive when they only have one or two of their own customers, but seem to be popular with other participating merchant's customers?

Let's take a nail salon, for example, where other businesses' customers keep coming back again and again for a nail fill. Let's say the charge for the nail fill is $15.00, minus the 10% to the customer, and 10% to ALC, would still mean the shop owner just made $12.00 from that other business' customer. Without the A Loyalty Card, that customer may never have patronized that nail salon. Let's say there were 20 more customers... do the math, it's better to have customers referred to your business than not have the business at all.

My customers:
1
Outside customers:
20
My Product Sale Price:
$15.00
My discount:
10%
Paying to ALC:
20%
Made from my customers:
$13.50
Amount to ALC:
$60.00
Made from other stores customers:
$240.00
Total Income:
$315.00
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