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Marketing / Brand Reputation

Building a Fan Following by Tapping Into Customers' Passions

Barry Meguiar, Meguiar's president and 'Car Crazy Central' TV star, breaks down his four-step secret to building brand loyalty.
- VIP Contributor
Co-hosted by Scott Duffy & Alan Taylor
2 min read
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From modest family business to a globally sought after company and television sensation, Barry Meguiar transformed the car care business, one gearhead at a time. How can you go about creating an avid customer base brimming with passionate fans? The Meguiar's president and Car Crazy Central TV star breaks down his four-step secret to building brand loyalty with a marketing plan fit for any entrepreneur, regardless of ad budget. All this and more while we enjoy another epic meal at Muldoon’s Irish Pub. On today’s menu: the St. Paddy’s Burger, a savory beef patty with Dubliner cheese, bacon and avocado. 

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