LUXURY NEW SCENT
benefits of SHOWROOM scenting
Our scent-marketing experts understand that the perception of newness and luxury is highly desirable for those seeking a new vehicle and that is why so many showroom cars bear the scents of new leather and carpeting. These scents elicit a positive emotional response in consumers.
A pleasant scent makes customers feel relaxed and comfortable, making them likely to browse longer. The results show consumers are more likely to purchase and willing to pay more in a scented environment.
Using cold-air diffusion technology, consistently scenting a large space becomes easy and affordable.
Search through our catalog of unique scented luxury candles. Every note rests on a long-lasting koa wood and white musk.
These simple wick systems deliver fragrances constantly into any space without the use of heat or flame.
SCENTING A DEALERSHIP
Leather, rubber, wax and paint, car showrooms can have a lot of different smells. To ensure customers are given the right impression of your brand, Hotel Scents works to capture your brand’s olfactive vision. Adding an ambient scent that is based on a brand’s identity deepens the relationship with your clients, forming a stronger, more memorable connection with each dealership visit. In scented surroundings, customers will linger longer, allowing them to feel comfortable and confident when selecting their new car.
The Competitive Edge
Scenting solutions create an atmosphere that garners repeat visits to your spa while building brand loyalty and excellent experiences. Having a unique edge to your competitors, such a scent solution, will have you standing out and turning clients into brand advocates for your business. Scent plays a large role in relaxation and shouldn't be ignored.
JM Lexus and Hotel Scents
We are proud to announce JM Lexus® is now being scented by Aroma360. Aromachologist Farah Abassi worked closely to create a truly unique scent that embodies everything that Lexus stands for. Stop by and smell it for yourself!
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The sense of smell is one of our most “emotional senses,” being highly connected to emotions and memories.
Richard Axel and Linda B. Buck - 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology