A Georgia woman, Melanie Knapp, asked if I know of anyone else who’s gone through what her husband has as a car salesman. My answer is no, thank goodness, and I hope there aren’t too many people who have. Here’s her story in her own words: “In April of 2001, my husband lost his job in the broadcasting industry. He tried fervently to find another position but couldn’t. As a stopgap measure, he answered an ad in our local paper saying that they would train you to be a car salesman and ...
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