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- Meet the Author: Robert E. Tevis
1/26/2014, Sunday, 2:00-4:00pm, Crane-Phillips House Museum, 124 North Union Ave
Contact Person : Cranford Historical Society
Phone #: 908-276-0082
Web Site: www.cranfordhistoricalsociety.com
The Cranford Historical Society presents Robert E. Tevis, author of "Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pocket:Strategies To Get More For Your Money" on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at the Crane-Phillips House Museum from 2:15-4:00pm. Doors open at 2:00pm. The Crane-Phillips House Museum is located at 124 North Union Avenue, Cranford.
"Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pocket" is designed to give people the negotiation skills they need to become expert shoppers. It takes simple, everyday actions and focuses them into powerful negotiation tools. It shows you that you have the skills already to get the best deal; you just need to know how to put them in practice.
According to Midwest Book Review (Feb 2004)' "Expertly written by Robert E. Tevis, Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pockets is a straight forward and 'user friendly' instructional guide for budget conscious consumers whether they are shopping for everyday bargains or making large purchases such as an automobile. Tevis' book clearly outlines the tips, tricks, and techniques that professional salespeople use to get the most possible money out of clients, customers and patrons. Tevis aptly teaches the reader a complete roster of basic skills for standing up to pressure, misdirection, and other sales tactics. Simply put, Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pockets is a superbly organized, deftly presented, and very highly recommended financial self defense guide."
From his experience with salespeople in Fortune 500 companies and his own personal successes, Robert E. Tevis presents you with key negotiation concepts and techniques to turn you into a threat to the professionals. Even if you have never bargained before, you can use these simple and effective techniques to get more for your money. Mr. Tevis gained his negotiation skills through study and his work. He holds an MBA in Management for Managers of Technology. He has spent almost 25 years in business working for both IBM and in management for Siemens.
Space is limited so reservations are required. To reserve your seat, please call the Historical Society’s office at 908-276-0082 or email us at email@example.com. Established in 1928, the Cranford Historical Society, a non-profit organization, has been dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of Cranford’s history. Visit our website at www.cranfordhistoricalsociety.com
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