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“Oh yeah? What kind of sales?”
“Don't just go in and hit them over the head with a pre-rehearsed pitch.”
“No, that one's dead.”
“Sales have been steadily rising.”
“We’re down 4% over last year.”
“There was a huge spike in demand in the second quarter, but it's been flat since then.”
“We expect sales this quarter to be a little soft compared to last year, due to the overall economic environment.”
“Tell me what we need to do in order to make this go through.”
“Louise has been killing it!”
“I know it's tough going out there, but we need to keep pushing.”
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