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Sonic Unveils Consumer-Facing Website at AAA 2015

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Everyday Sounds Better Program

Sonic, Somerset, NJ, has announced that its Everyday Sounds Better Program and consumer-facing website is designed to provide hearing care professionals with a hassle-free, no-cost way to grow their patient base. Sonic reports that it will be showcasing the website and program at the Sonic Booth (#312) at the AudiologyNow! AAA 2015 Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Sonic’s announcement invites the more than 7,000 audiologists, students, and industry representatives expected to attend the national conference to learn how the company’s Everyday Sounds Better Program will facilitate easy and effective connections between new patients and participating professionals.

The heart of the program, according to Sonic, is a consumer-facing website designed to attract and qualify potential patients. The easy-to-use online resource sets the stage for consumer acceptance by introducing Sonic hearing solutions specifically designed to appeal to first-time, cost-sensitive patients, says Sonic. The company will work with participating hearing care professionals to schedule appointments with interested callers. Sonic will promote and maintain the website and there is no cost for practitioners to participate in the program.

“The new Everyday Sounds Better Program provides benefits for both people in need of a hearing solution and Sonic hearing care partners,” Joseph A. Lugara, Sonic president and chief operating officer said in the company release. “We will make it easy for our professional partners to connect with new patients, without the need to invest additional promotional dollars in the new program. Qualified patients will arrive for appointments ready to take advantage of hearing solutions built on Sonic’s 4S Foundation – sound that’s natural, speech understanding in noise, simplicity in everything we do, and style that stands out.”

To learn more about the Everyday Sounds Better Program in advance of the AudiologyNOW! AAA 2015 Conference, visit the Sonic website.

Source: Sonic