Many service stations rely on selling more than just fuel or primary vehicle needs, such as windshield washer fluid. If you have experience working as a Service Station Attendant, tell a brief story of a time when you maximized a sale during a customer interaction. If you are new to your career, think about the times you have gone to a service station. What other products or services were available to you?
"Every time I sell fuel, I also offer a discounted pack of car washes, washer fluid, and snacks. These are all items that are easy to upsell since they are related to driving, road trips, and regular vehicle maintenance. I would say, on average, I upsell around 20% more of the original transaction. This up-selling makes a significant difference for my employers' bottom line."
"When I am at the service station, I am often asked if I need a car wash, a bottle of water, or any washer fluid or oils. I think it's great to offer choices to customers, so, for that reason, I come prepared to up-sell your customers any product or service that will benefit them."