NATIONAL SALESPERSON DAY
National Salesperson Day is observed on the second Friday in December. This day honors the value and dedication of the professional salesperson as well as the hard work that they perform.
A good salesperson is knowledgeable about his or her product. When you have a question, if he doesn’t have an answer, he will know who does. A salesperson may work locally in a shop on her feet all day or travel several hundred miles a day to see customers and vendors. When a new product becomes available every salesperson selling the product will be studying so they can keep the customer informed.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Thank each salesperson that you are in contact with and use #NationalSalespersonDay to post on social media.
Our research found that this day was created in March of 2000 by Maura Schreier-Fleming, president of Best@Selling. In 2010, National Salesperson Day’s observance moved to December. Schreier-Fleming is an author, consultant and speaker for salesperson training.
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