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CaseCruzer – Protective Wine Travel Case

 


2-18-2011

Protective Travel Case is Proven Top Wine Sales Tool at Restaurants, Shops and Trade Shows

Modern first-class carrying cases impress buyers of fine vintages as economy heightens competition

WineCruzer announces a revolutionary sales kit designed to open doors, survive the long haul and win the hearts of vintage wine buyers.   Unlike sales kits that begin with low wattage brochures and end with a taste test, the WineCruzer innovation has star power.  It is shock proof, airtight, watertight, dust and corrosion proof and comes with embedded wheels and a hi-tech bottle tray design.  It makes an indelible impression so that smart account executives make a big sale.

Experienced traveling sales people know that making a good impression is essential, and quality speaks for itself.  It is bad form to arrive at a restaurant, trade show or shop carrying exquisite wine in crates, boxes or Styrofoam packaging.  Arrive instead with a reusable mobile mini-wine cellar with advanced cushioning, thermal insulation – proven to best preserve fine wine on long road trips.  Sales success is about knowledge and proper emphasis.  Why arrive in a rusty pickup truck when a luxury sedan is waiting?

Mobile WineCruzer sales kits come in various rugged and reliable models that can accommodate up to 24 bottles.  A two-bottle attaché-style carrying case is also available – but be warned:  it is a suave, urbane travel solution for the most select vintages, preferably delivered to that special client who wants only the very best.  Various-sized sales kits allow account execs to dress for the occasion.

Yet the unique characteristics of the entire WineCruzer line will assure buyers that they are dealing with a classy, discerning wine professional.   All sales kits include water and airtight seals to protect all varieties of wine from temperature fluctuations.   Heavy-duty core construction allows crush-proof cases to remain lightweight.  Thermal insulation interiors protect against major risks of travel, such as impact, vibration, and thermal shock.

Roll into sales meeting secure with the knowledge that each WineCruzer sales kit is equipped with easy-to-open corrosion-proof latches.  Lock down is also a snap and metal reinforced padlock flanges are available on most models for added security.  Ergonomically designed handles allow account execs to make a graceful entrance.  Hide-away handles enhance sales presentations.

Traveling sales people may also abandon any fear of breakage, spillage, or, even worse, undermining a wine’s essence.  WineCruzer wine carriers are designed to avoid ultraviolet (UV) ray damage, heat spoilage, and contamination – even for six to eight hours of air travel at 30,000 feet!

WineCruzer knows superior protection and aesthetics are especially important for winery sale teams that service high-end wine shops and upscale restaurants.   And competition has never been tougher, as buyers at every level are careful about expenditures.  That’s why every aspect of these mobile, reusable sales tools is designed to safely and securely transport expensive wines to prospects in all locations and at every special event.

When visiting clients, sales representatives of prestigious wineries must make the most of what they have to offer.   Now they can seal the deal by letting WineCruzer do the talking.



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