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Reminding a customer that the flashlight they just purchased requires batteries (which you have available for sale) would be an example of _________________. (Points : 2) cross selling bait-and-switch Sullivan nod suggestion selling
Reminding a customer that the flashlight they just purchased requires batteries (which you have available for sale) would be an example of: suggestion selling.
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Reminding a customer that the flashlight they just purchased requires batteries (which you have available for sale) would be an example of: suggestion selling.

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