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door - to - door sellingの例文

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  • She goes door-to-door selling various products.
  • In 1932, he ordered that the door-to-door selling should cease.
  • Door-to-door selling is being done in smaller suburbs and communities and in apartment complexes.
  • Many people seem to think that door-to-door selling is dead, or moribund, at least.
  • Frederick Stanley took responsibility for sales, in many cases going door-to-door selling hinges to hardware stores.
  • "It is like door-to-door selling, I think, and it's wonderful !"
  • At a time when marketing was considered a mere door-to-door selling, Dr Som was determined to study management.
  • He allegedly snatched the little boy as he went door-to-door selling candy and wrapping paper for the Christa McAuliffe Middle School.
  • I never appreciated encyclopedias many years ago when they were just big expensive books with pesky salesmen going door-to-door selling them.
  • The companies plan to combine door-to-door selling with Telco's traditional sales force, which they say will boost sales and profits.
  • These days, in San Pablo Anicano, men on bicycles still go door-to-door selling milk by the bottle and telephones are a luxury.
  • From the 18th century on, many locals took part in door-to-door selling of laces, manufacturing of which also took place in the village.
  • Door-to-door selling is still a relatively unexplored field in China, though Avon Products pioneered cosmetics sales that way in the southern city of Guangzhou five years ago.
  • Carol Jenkins, then 21, was attacked on the evening of Sept . 16, 1968, along a busy highway as she walked door-to-door selling encyclopedias.
  • Universal said it would hire 300 traders and brokers, including 200 women investment advisors and saleswomen who go door-to-door selling investments in a uniquely Japanese style of peddling stocks.
  • Last month, citing a rash of fly-by-night operations like the one that tricked Fu, the Chinese government banned all door-to-door selling, or direct sales.
  • During the next 20 years, he lived in total poverty, earning his living by door-to-door selling of tsukudani ( a Japanese preserved condiment that is usually made of seaweed ).
  • Harris and Martin Slagter, Hand's president, are British-born marketing veterans who started the company in 1996, after testing the door-to-door selling concept for computers in Britain.
  • To supplement the family's dwindling income, her mother taught disabled children in their homes and then, with Paula at her side, went door-to-door selling eggs to their wealthier neighbors.
  • While her husband worked on finishing his schooling, first at the University of California, Berkeley, and then at the University of California, Los Angeles, Day trotted door-to-door selling Stanley home products.
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