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Durable dress shoes?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by alarsen77, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. alloy13

    alloy13 Well-Known Member

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    Seriously, does this thread need that much discussion?

    Just get AE seconds and you are set for work.
     
  2. chet31

    chet31 Senior member

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    Yes, I think if he sells Fords, driving a Ford himself would give the salesman credibility. I also think a "made in America" pitch would be somewhat persuasive to some customers, in which case it would be advantageous to the salesman to be walking the walk.
     
  3. JubeiSpiegel

    JubeiSpiegel Senior member

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  4. Quadcammer

    Quadcammer Senior member

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    Driving the car you sell is one thing (although most people would recognize that this would be a dealer demo), wearing shoes assembled in the same country will have absolutely no bearing whatsoever.

    "Hey look at this made in mexico Ford Focus. Btw, I'm wearing allen edmonds made in america."

    what a sales pitch.
     

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