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Old 12-05-2012, 12:27 PM
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Originally Posted by DLONGLANDSCAPING View Post
i havent read this entire post, but door to door sales is soliciting. You are abruptly interupting a persons life to offer and sell services. Sure its a great way to meet people, but i would first pass out fliers and then if you get a call, go give that person a quote. If you land that job, then knock on neighbors doors offering them a certain incentive by saying " Your neighbor "bob" at 123 Brown Street just signed up for services with us and we are offering discounts for close by neighbors, would you be interested in a quote"
This is what gets me. All of the nice upscale communities in my area have a "no soliciting" sign at their entrances. Yet I see people in there all the time going door to door. Im wondering if they have a permit or are they just ignoring the signs....
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