It shouldn't be a hard sell
to get community leaders to devote 10 or 15 minutes a week to mentoring a child during the course of one study unit.
However, the hard sell
is often difficult to pass up--so advise your clients to seek expert advice before subscribing to any scheme that offers instant wealth or exemption from paying taxes.
* Perpetually in its infancy, PET foam sheet has been a hard sell
for packaging producers over nearly a decade.
Bush knows his religious school voucher plan will be a hard sell
His significant contribution to yachting goes back many years, of course, as a past Commodore of the RSYS and significant involvement in the Yachting Association of NSW and the Australia Day Regatta, not to mention the hard sell
to have the sailing of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games held on Sydney Harbour.
He admits it may be a hard sell
to families, who feel guilty about withholding treatment, and some providers.
This may be a hard sell
in regions such as Sub-Saharan Africa, which has little to show for its foray into globalization except broad poverty, social dislocation, Coca-Cola, and an AIDS crisis the wealthier world seems resolved to ignore.
Unregulated global markets are a hard sell
these days, and for good reason.
DON'T fall for the hard sell
if a salesman tries to make you buy an extended warranty for your new TV or washing machine.
"Warm sweet ale goes down very well in my local pub," Jarvis conceded to the Journal, "but it's a pretty hard sell
on the east side of Manhattan."
What Louise and Paige did not know was that both operations are run by the same person, Oliver James, 35, and that a hard sell
to buy the pictures would follow the shoot.
"We continue with the same work ethic since we started in April 2002 by simply seeing what the customer wants, give them some advise,and then call them later with the quotation, "No hard sell
and no follow up call , we wait for the call to come into us.