the way to win

The way to win

St Mary’s College, CA

W2W First Team All League 2020
Camille Carpenter, Moses Lake, Big 9 4A
Mia Hughes,
Woodinville, Kingco 4A
Chloe Pattison, Lake Stevens, Wesco 4A
Veronica Sheffey,
Woodinville, Kingco 4A
Olivia Wikstrom, Bainbridge, Metro 3A
Aspen Garrison,
Sehome, NW Conference 2A
Elizabeth Katovich, Waterville, CWB 2B

League MVP 2020:
Mia Hughes, Woodinville, Kingco 4A
Liz Katovich, Waterville, CWB 2B

Defensive Player of the Year 2020:
Veronica Sheffey, Woodinville, Kingco 4A
Camille Carpenter, Moses Lake, Big 9 4A

4A State Tournament MVP 2020:
Mia Hughes, Woodinville, Kingco 4A

Regional/State Qualifiers 2020

Woodinville 4A: 2nd Place
Mia Hughes, Veronica Sheffey,
Tatum Thompson, Autumn Sellie
Lake Stevens 4A:
Baylor Thomas, Chloe Pattison
Moses Lake 4A:
Meagan Karstetter, Olivia Waites
Camille Carpenter
Lake Washington 3A: 2nd Place
Jolie Sim, Emily Coma
Shorecrest 3A:
Jocelyn Shea
Lynden 2A: 1st Place
Liv Tjoelker
Waterville 2B:
Liz Katovich

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10 Most Common Questions on Recruiting!

The 2008 Gold Team presents.
Pyramid for Life!

The Way to Win goes International.
April 13, 2009 our seniors put on a Clinic in San Pancho, Mexico
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I t’s not the will to win , but the will to prepare to win that is The Way to Win difference.

Welcome to the official website of The Way to Win. Founder and President Barbara Berry teaches Leadership Skills to children on and off the basketball court. This program stress the Fundamentals of Basketball and Values for life.

5 Essential Ways to Win Customer Loyalty

These days, brands with the greatest customer engagement succeed the most at winning customer loyalty. Customers are enticed by creative and genuine engagement strategies, especially by brands that really take customer needs to heart. So what exactly does it take to offer the best customer engagement for the best results? Here are five essential ways to win customer loyalty for the long-term.

Make customer experiences personal and authentic.

Customer experiences always begin with being personal. First, make an effort to understand your target customers, sending surveys to better understand their needs and analyzing carefully their buying behaviors. For example, paying attention to their purchase history and using analytical tools to better understand their social behaviors can provide tremendous insights into their preferences. Once your company has identified the needs and tastes of your target customers, reach out to them in an authentic way. Contact them on their preferred channels, address them by name in all interactions, and deliver what they specifically want from your brand.

Be proactive.

Being one step ahead of your customers is a sure way to win their loyalty. The recent trend of conversational commerce is a great example of brands both simplifying and enriching the customer experience in a proactive manner. Businesses identified the fact that SMS and messaging are practical and preferred ways for customers to make contact, so many have chosen to implement customer engagement on these channels for the convenience of their customers. For example, simplifying the payment process, communicating availability hours on all channels, sending meaningful marketing offers ahead of time, and providing detailed shipping information are all ways to keep customers informed in advance.

Get creative with marketing tactics.

Customer loyalty is also won when brands make experiences fun. Millennial customers are especially receptive to creative marketing tactics. Social media platforms are popular for customer engagement with this age group, with brands running contests, giving behind-the-scenes tours, and offering rewards to socially savvy customers with great success. Your brand might consider more social media engagement and marketing offers targeted to specific customer profiles, such as offering rewards on birthdays or after earning rewards points. Let customers have fun, and reward them for their loyalty.

Take responsibility for actions.

Remember the saying, “The customer is always right?” It’s still a solid piece of advice, and all brands should take note. Customers value their time and are giving your brand business, so they deserve respect, appreciation, and convenience. Always accept responsibility in difficult situations, such as a delayed delivery or technical issue on the company website. Being apologetic, fixing the issue in a timely manner, and making a goodwill gesture are all essential to winning customer loyalty in tough situations.

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