CPYB ONLY E-SEMINAR: RESCUING THE DEAL

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Pat Sturgeon offers this February 13th seminar as the first in a series of eleven Open only to CPYB Designated Yacht Sales Professionals.

This e-Seminar will kick-off the series by discussing tips and techniques for the best ways to rescue a client or deal that may be slipping away.  We all know how frustrating it can be when all of your efforts to bring a deal to the table start to smolder and the deal is in jeopardy of burning up and disappearing from sight.


When: Wednesday, February 13th at 12:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern
 
Where: In the comfort of your own office, home, etc … call-in instructions will be emailed to you after you register.
 
Who: This e-SEMINAR is open to only current CPYB Designated Yacht Sales Professionals. Pease take note of our new Participation Guidelines
before registering. Participation is limited to the first 20 registrants!


Hosted by Pat Sturgeon, CPYB – Chairman, Certification Advisory Council
 

These e-SEMINARs are FREE to all participants, however, advance registration is required. Participation is limited to the first 20
registrants.

To learn more and register visit:  www.cpyb.net
 

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