As other companies in their local area have taken the daily deal route, Guard Dog Tech Repair refuses to do the same. While they think it is a great way to gain exposure, they feel that it is really the customer that loses out. In Speaking with Guard Dog Tech Repair (GDTR) about this matter, they said that there are many horror stories on the internet about businesses that have been destroyed by these "daily deals." They claim that there is no shortage of businesses that have been over whelmed by the response in consumers purchasing these deals, and could not offer their normal level of customer service. With all of this information readily available on the internet, GDTR is using guerrilla marketing to reach the owners of cracked iPhone screen owners in Colorado Springs.
While Guard Dog Tech Repair does not seem to have a conventional business model, they plan on using Craigslist and Facebook to market their newest offer. J.D. Townley said, "Doing all of this will take extra work on our behalf, but it will give us numerous advantages. We can keep our customer service level where it needs to be by only offering this by appointment. We feel this will allow new customers to really see what our company is about." According to their website http://www.guarddogtechrepair.com they are going to start running contest every month. According to their website they ask, "Who doesn't like free stuff?"
With their offer set to launch some time in December this should allow consumers to get their phone fixed just in time for the holidays, while saving money for the holidays!