National Salesperson Day is observed on the first Friday of every March. This year it will be celebrated on March 4. National Salesperson Day is dedicated to all the salespersons around the world. Salespersons are one of the significant parts of an
“Sales are contingent upon the attitude of the salesman – not the attitude of the prospect.” – W. Clement Stone.
History of National Salesperson Day
National Salesperson Day was founded in March 2000 by Maura Schreier-Fleming, the President of [email protected]; she is an author, speaker, and advisor for salesperson training. An excellent and professional salesperson will know everything about his or her product. Whenever a new product is launched, all the salespeople selling that product will study about that product to explain the product to the customer. When a customer has a question, the salesperson must have an answer for it, or at least he/she should know to direct that customer to that right person of the organization who knows the answer. A salesperson has a tough job, and he/she work hard on her/his feet all day. Some salesperson needs to travel several hundred miles to see customers. Salesperson Day is dedicated to all these tremendous professional salespeople.
Other Celebrations on March 4
March 4 is also celebrated as
- National Pound Cake Day
- International Scrapbooking Industry Day
- National Grammar Day
- Toy Soldier Day
- Marching Band Day
- National Dress in Blue Day
- National Employee Appreciation Day
How to Celebrate the Day
On this day, appreciate all the salespeople you meet on the day, just a simple thank you will make them happy. Send a thank-you note or offer breakfast, lunch, or snacks to all the salespeople working in your organization. Take this day as an opportunity to present the Salesperson of the Month award. Then post pictures and share your thoughts about the day with others on social media by using the hashtag #SalespersonDay.
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