National Salesperson Day
Date When Celebrated : First Friday of March
Millions and millions of people spend their entire career in sales. It's a hard, tough business, with long hours. Making a sale is not a given. It requires training, building relationships, and personality. Paychecks are not a guarantee. The majority of sales men and woman are paid on a partial or full commission basis. Their income often goes up and down with the economy. Hard working sales people deserve a day of recognition.
National Salesperson Day is established to recognize the value of the truly professional salesperson. This day also recognizes the hard work performed by professional sales people.
Who is a salesperson? This is a huge part of the workforce. Some examples include:
Celebrate today by offering thanks and appreciation to any sales people you come in contact with today.
History and Origin of "National Salesperson Day":
National Salesperson's Day was founded by Maura Schreier-Fleming, President of Best@Selling, in March 2000. She is an author, consultant, and speaker for....you guessed it, salesperson training.
This is referred to as a "National" day. However, we did not find any congressional records or presidential proclamations for this day.
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Flower of the Day: Tickseed
Recipe of the Day: Zucchini Sante Fe
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