The Frame Shop's Grab & Go Collections Are Now Available in the Preveal App!

We're guessing that you're so in love with our frames that you can't wait to get them on your clients' walls. You've already ordered a Show & Sell Kit to illustrate all of the frames' styles and finishes, because you know that, well, you sell what you show. You may have even purchased a Grab & Go Collection to beautifully display sample images in your studio (although we wouldn't blame you if you grabbed an extra collection to hang in your own home). And of course you've prepped your clients for the sales meeting with our guide to Selling A Showpiece Portrait, so they're ready to buy big. The Preveal iPad app is the tool that can bridge the gap between “ooh, we like those,” to “ooh, we need those.” We've sung the praises of Preveal before; their technology puts a “handheld sales room” into the houses and hearts of your clients, allowing them to envision your wall clusters on their own walls. And with lightning speed, Preveal has created our Frame Shop's Grab & Go Collections as a new download from their Community, absolutely free! Now you can have your clients take well composed, properly scaled images of their home's future wall gallery location (for easy-to-use instructions, check out our Preveal Wall Gallery Planner), and drop their images into frames that they can see digitally hanging on their own walls. Mind blowing, we know--both Preveal's technology, and the fact that you can make up to 35% on each sale by adding on frames. We're sold, and your clients will be too. Visit Preveal's website for more info on their app.


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