Super Sightseeing does it all – from group bus charters in Napa Valley’s wine country, to tours of famous sites like Alcatraz and Lake Tahoe. Located in the heart of San Francisco, Super Sightseeing is a family run company that has operated for more than 25 years, and teamed up with BizX for almost five.
You know that huge red van you see cruising around San Francisco? The one with the open top, and tourists in cargo shorts and t-shirts on a windswept San Francisco day? That’s probably Super Sightseeing, making sure each and every passenger and visitor is taken care of.
Well, the veritable Bay Area company has also been able to take care of their relationship with BizX. They’ve been able to monetize their excess capacity – whether it’s extra seats on busses or extra tickets to tours of Muir Woods – into real cash savings. BizX members can either call Super Sightseeing to book a charter, or they can go to the BizX marketplace and purchase tours.
With the sales that Super Sightseeing has made this way, they’ve been able to purchase advertising, flooring and capital printing equipment – all through BizX; all without paying any cash.
“It’s been truly amazing,” says Eric Lynberg, the Director of Sales at Super Sightseeing.
“We’ve found it very easy to spend our BizX Dollars. We’re always doing printing – and it’s usually large printing projects, we’re always needing to print out brochures that you find in typical tourist destinations. With the funds in our BizX account, we’ve been able to purchase large amounts of printing, and we don’t pay a dime in cash.”
If the story sounds familiar, that’s because it’s a reoccurring theme within the loyal and motivated community of BizX members. But with Super Sightseeing, because they’ve been an engaged member that is always on the lookout for opportunities, printing isn’t all they’ve been able to purchase.
“Last year there was an opportunity within the BizX network to purchase a shuttle bus… A shuttle bus! With that type of thing being one of the largest cash expenses in our company – really the lifeblood of our company – we jumped on that opportunity,” Lynberg said. “And so now, every time that bus is in operation, we’re creating cash flow we normally wouldn’t have. Things like that help us a lot, particularly during some of our slower times of the year.”
Sightseeing. Alternative currency. Excess inventory. Who would’ve ever thought those 5 words could create such an amazing view?