Note: much innane babbling to follow...
As you can tell by my posts spelling and puncuation are not my forte but what the heck here I go.
In my work life before found true happiness working in the ER
I had a career as an audio/video salesperson and as a sales trainer along with a mercifully short stint as a car salespereson. This said I'll chime in with a bit of sales advice (circa the mid 80's).
My first thought is that I doubt that a Mercedes dealership would offer a sales position to a person with no sales experience. I may be wrong here but I would think that you would have to prove yourself in auto sales in other more "mainstream" brands (Ford, Mopar, GM
, Toyota, etc) then working your way through Lexus, Infinity et al before moving in to Mercedes, BMW etc. A career in the sale of the elite of the auto sales industry is not handed to you, you have to prove to the dealership that YOU can make them money.
My second thought would be your use of terms like "sum1, cuz" etc. If you constantly use these terms here and continue to do so it will reatly degrade your chances of moving up to the upper echelon of the auto salespeople.. I say this both as a former salesperson/sales trainer. Back in the dark ages when I was selling if were to even talk to a customer with your hands in any pocket (jacket, pants) and a manager were to see it you would hear about in a counciling session.
Moving on to thought 3, Sales is a very though way to earn a living and a very cutthroat business. As a example a great trick to motivate the sales force taught to me long ago was to in the employee restrooms at eye at every urinal and in every stall we would post the weekly sales report showing what your sales in dollars were along with your, gross and net profit margin, and comission (the posting of your comission was something you agreed to as part of being hired). The list was in order of sales dollars and trust me you did not want to be anywhere near the bottom of the list.
So to end my rant I' say this do not think that you can just walk in to a Mercedes dealership with no proven sales experience be given a job. I would also say again be warned auto sales is a hard way to make a living. You may find yourself on a salesfloor crowded with salespeople each fighting for the next "up" with much backstabbing for each sale
"I do not drive a Mercedes with interior by Hyundai"
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