AutoMax Recruiting & Training Mother's Day Gift!

 Mother's Day Present


In honor of Mother's Day on May 8. AutoMax would love to hear your story of why your mom was or is the best mom ever.
Take a minute and reflect on perhaps a funny story about you and your mom, or something more heart felt, every mom is special, what special memory do you have of yours that makes you smile!

Email your story to me, Craig Lockerd the owner of AutoMax Recruiting and Training and we will choose one from a Dealer or Manager and give them  a complementary "Premium Salesperson Recruiting Package" [$1385] value. We also will choose one from one of our Salesperson Graduates and they will receive a complimentary set of training cd's [$495 value]. Please email your story to no later than Monday May 9, 2011.
Out of almost 11,000 Recruiting and Training Campaigns and over 87,000 Salespeople trained, should be some wonderful stories to be told.
A couple quick ones about my mom, her name was Dorothy, my friends actually called her Dot or Dottie....she was the "Neighborhood Mom". My buddies would just come over and steal her car and hide it from her just to mess with baseball field were about 2 miles from my house and of course we would start playing at maybe 10 a.m. and at around 9 p.m. all you could hear was a whistle { mom, put fingers in each side of her mouth and it made an amazing loud whistle} and a cow bell to tell us it was time to come in.
Later in her life she got cancer, that ultimately took her life here on earth. My mom use a mechanical larynx to talk with that made a mechanical voice, so to mess with her I would imitate her. She would laugh so hard. I had a lot of laughs, tears and wonderful memories of my relationship with my mother. At her service when I spoke after her passing. I used the mechanical larynx, and finish it with something she told everyone she met...."I love you honey".
Happy Mother's Day in Heaven Mom!






 M - O - T - H - E - R

"M" is for the million of things she gave me,

"O" means only that she's growing old,

"T" is for the tears she shed to save me

"H" is for her heart of purest gold;

"E" is for her eyes, with love-light shining,

"R" means right, and right she'll always be

Put them all together, they spell


A word that means the world to me


Howard Johnson (c. 1915)


"Mothers hold their children's hands for a short while, but their hearts forever."


Craig Lockerd

AutoMax Recruiting & Training