sales associate


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sales associate

A licensed real estate agent who works under the supervision of a qualifying or managing broker.

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The North Central Massachusetts Association of Realtors announced the 2007 Sales Associates of the Year at its recent annual awards banquet at the Four Points Sheraton.
They help the sales associates with presentation of the merchandise.
Sales Associates are critical to every Direct Selling Organization.
By owning a piece of the company, sales associates not only have an opportunity to earn income on sales, but they can also share in the profitability of the entire company," Jacobs said.
4 Two-Thirds of Sales Associates Consider Themselves Technology Innovators
Are sales associates less or more likely to stay in the wireless business since 2003?
Whyte, vice president, Stribling & Associates, LTD; Heidi Graf, sales associate, Sutton 57, LLC and Marlys Badzin, buyer at Sutton 57
More than 2,650 sales associates and 300 employees operate from 65 offices statewide.
Wawa signed a 5,000 s/f ground lease to build a convenience store and gas station on Route 66 in Neptune in a deal brokered by sales associate John Lenaz.
This is something for retail managers to consider, as nearly 85 percent of shoppers surveyed said the mood and helpfulness of the sales associate impacts how much money they are willing to spend in the store.
Frances Eisner, who worked as a sales associate with Howard Oshlag Real Estate since 1962, took over ownership of the company in 1979.
This software will enable the purchaser to become an Orbit Drop Sales Associate and compete with the many eBay drop-off businesses at a fraction of the start up cost and with little or no recurring overhead.