A cross-eyed view of selling techniques

August 2004
Cabinet Maker;8/27/2004, Issue 5403, p35
Trade Publication
Gives advice to sales personnel on dealing with furniture buyers. Ways of talking to a cross-eyed customer; Method of dealing with customers who do not speak English; Steps in convincing buyers to buy locally made furniture.


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