sales pitch


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n sales pitch promotion by means of an argument and demonstration
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In literature:

At one time the grain was "pitched," that is brought to the town in bulk and stored at the various inns ready for sale in the market.
"Fragments of Two Centuries" by Alfred Kingston
He was getting angrier and angrier at the robot's unceasing sales pitch.
"Starman's Quest" by Robert Silverberg
By ten o'clock they had dropped a dozen or more random hints, but never a sales pitch.
"The Real Hard Sell" by William W Stuart

In news:

Let's start with the basic fact: Nobody listens to sales pitches .
The companies are coming up with ways to send car buyers an F&I sales pitch long after they have taken delivery and left the store.
Recently, I was introduced to a free sales pitch tool called The ValuePitchâ„¢, created by Wisdom Link founder Jon LoDuca.
Ads for everything from cold remedies to cars have been known to give the sales pitch an aura of science.
This is not a sales pitch but our commitment ASAP is proud to be ranked as the #4 Commercial Printer in America.
The Sample Sales Proposal is a comprehensive template used by independent contractors when responding to an RFQ or pitching products.
Nets' sales pitch to Deron Williams.
The Star-Ledger's Nets beat writer Colin Stephenson wrote about what he thinks the team's sales pitch should be to keep Deron Williams past next season.
Beyond the sales pitch , it's about timing.
Create a New Sales Pitch and Team with a Realtor to Boost Homebuilder Business.
Dems' sales pitch derails health-care law.
When Food Scares Drive the Sales Pitch .
As it seeks a new treaty to fight the threat of global warming, the Clinton Administration has turned marketing on its head: first comes the sales pitch , and later the product will be unveiled.
V-22's Dubai Show Debut Says: " Sales Pitch .".
ITV is understood to have pulled out of the pitch to handle the ad sales contract for the sports channels BT is set to launch next year.