Getting repeat customers is integral to the health of any business. For float centers, this is especially true. It can be worrying when we see our floaters leave the center, never knowing if they'll return. There's a very natural inclination to start tracking this trend to see if there's anything you need to change about your business to attract repeat customers. Memberships are a natural way to attract repeat customers and can quickly become the lifeblood of your center, too. But how do you measure it? What time frame is acceptable to consider a repeat customer? If they don't float within six months, does that mean you've lost them? If they float once and don't return for three years, is that a success on your part or a failure? Graham and Ashkahn tackle all of this and more this time around. Check it out!