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James Metzger
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    You will learn how to sell. The hard way.

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    Former Employee - Sales Executive
    Former Employee - Sales Executive

    I worked at International Sports Management full-time for more than a year


    - Recruiters and hiring managers know who these guys are and will respect your resume if you can stick around with these bullies for more than 18 months.
    - Learning hard nose sales tactics and how to pound the phone (150 calls per day) will make you a better sales person for sure.


    - Lying is built into the script, you are required to tell everyone that the event is "about to sell out," or "is sold out but we had a last minute cancellation." These statements are 100% untrue.
    - Fire 80% of sales reps every year.
    - Very few reps make more then $30,000 per year.

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    Try to, at least pretend that you care about your employees. I worked there for two years and the boss from England visited every month or so. He never said even one word to the sales people. Pathetic

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