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Nick Billig

Job Opportunity – Entry Level Sales @ Sportsman's Connection

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Nick Billig

We are looking to add a sales person to our Vadnais Heights, MN office. If you are unfamiliar with our company, we publish regional fishing and outdoor maps/information for the Midwest and East Coast. We’re well established and currently doing business at most your mom and pop shops as well as almost all the major outdoor outlets and big box stores.

 

We’re in the process of expanding into new markets and are in need of some sales support. This is a great opportunity for someone with no prior sales experience that wants to get their foot in the door and work for a growing company in the Outdoor field. Must be a self starter with excellent communication and interpersonal skills – AND must enjoy talking hunting and fishing of course….

 

Pay: Base Salary + Commission

 

If interested, please send me a private message on this site.

 

Thanks and tight lines!

-Nick

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leech~~

Odd? You may want to update your Web site.🤔

  

We are not currently hiring. However, if you would like to be considered for any future openings, please feel free to email your resumé to [email protected] or mail to Sportsman's Connection, attn: Human Resources, 259 Main Street, Superior, WI 54880

Last updated: May 16th, 2016

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Nick Billig

Thanks, Leech. IT is working on getting it updated. Believe it or not, we have not had a job opening since April 2016 (Until yesterday). It's like people enjoy getting paid to talk hunting and fishing or something. 😉 

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