THE SALESMAN OF THE CENTURY, Inventing, Marketing, and Selling on TV: How I Did It and How You Can Too!

By: Ron Popeil with Jefferson

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THE SALESMAN OF THE CENTURY, Inventing, Marketing, and Selling on TV: How I Did It and How You Can Too! by Ron Popeil with Jefferson Graham
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Delacorte Press, New York, 1995. hardcover with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. In this book Ron Popiel reveals the true Horatio Alger story of his life, and the stunning circumstances that transformed him from an impoverished inner-city boy to the quintessential salesman with the golden touch. He discloses the secrets of his unparelleled success, and how he single-handedly developed his incredibily wide range of consumer products and the ideal medium for selling them.

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