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Strategists People make little bit of money selling businesses Google ad words or making a Facebook post or two. A reasonable gig. People have made a respectable living in the radio sales biz. That works too. But come upstairs to where the strategists live. Now, this takes some smarts. This takes some planning. But when you can sit down with a locally owned business in town, take the parts apart, look-see under the hood, and give them the right prescription for what they need... you can live pretty large. But you can't come at this with any preconceived notions. Now, see, what we do here is gather a war chest of tools, amazingly strong things that work online, on the radio, and most importantly... works to make a local business a superstar in town. If that kind of thing is in your blood, we'd love to talk to you. Job duties include prospecting, sales, service and collections with new advertising customers. You will have strong listening and presenting skills, advanced writing skills, superior relationship-building skills, and the ability to generate creative ideas for our customers. Outside sales experience is a plus. Midwest Family La Crosse offers a strong program of on-going training and in-field coaching. An associate or bachelor's degree in marketing is desirable but not mandatory. Midwest Family La Crosse employs only full-time, career salespeople. Group Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, 401(K). Highly competitive salary plus bonus compensation plan. Starting salary commensurate with experience. We are Mid-West Family La Crosse, and we think you should work with us. Contact Theresa Timm at openings@mwfbroadcasting.com and tell her all about yourself. We are an equal opportunity employer.

EOE

(09-26-19)

Send materials to: openings@mwfbroadcasting.com

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