Christmas is over, but the spending lives on. Those January credit card bills are rolling in, reflecting the overspending we all did last month. Don’t you wish you could spread your meager dollars a bit further?
On Sunday, January 26th, from 2:00 – 4:00 PM, at The Crane-Phillips House Museum at 124 North Union Avenue in Cranford, The Cranford Historical Society will host author Robert E. Tevis. Tevis is the author of the book with the mouthful title, “Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pocket: Strategies To Get More For Your Money.”
Tevis holds an MBA in Management for Managers of Technology, and has spent almost twenty-five years in business working both for IBM and in management for Siemens. He uses his writing and his speaking to help others gain the skills needed for proper negotiating when making a purchase of any kind.
In a review by Midwest Book Review, (taken from Amazon.com ) the book is described as “Expertly written by Robert E. Tevis (an experienced businessman who knows the techniques of salespeople in Fortune 500 companies), Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pocket: Strategies To Get More For Your Money is a straightforward and “user friendly” instructional guide for budget conscious consumers whether they are shopping for everyday bargains or making large purchases such an automobile. Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pocket 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 Pocket is a superbly organized, deftly presented, and very highly recommended financial self defense guide.”
Even if you have never considered “bargaining” for purchases before, this presentation can help equip you with the knowledge, tools, and skills to get the most bang for your buck. Let’s be honest, who COULDN’T use that today?
Reservations are required to attend this presentation, so call the Historical Society at (908)276-0082, or email them at email@example.com .