Goodyear sales reps attend Boot Camp

December 2007
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Trade Publication
The article describes the activities at the 2007 Goodyear Commercial Tire Academy Boot Camp in Dallas, Texas. Tire sales representatives go through an intense one week training program where they learn about tire issues and how these will affect a customer's tire needs. Trainees get hands-on training on tire problems, maintenance or tractor configuration. They also take part in simulations to practice their skills in dealing with customers' problems with fleet management.


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