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Sobel University starts 2017 with record enrollment

Sobel University starts 2017 with record enrollment

TACOMA, Wash. — With the January Comprehensive Sales Course less than a week away, the first course of the year is poised to shatter previous January attendance levels, Sobel University announced today.

“This is a great place for new people to mingle with established professionals while they take a course at their own level.” said University President Randy Sobel. “This class is for beginners through top producers. More than 50 percent of the class enrolled consists of owners, managers and top producers.”

Upcoming Course Dates:

  • Jan. 9 to 13 in Tacoma
  • Feb. 6 to 10 in Atlanta
  • Feb. 27 to March 3 in Tacoma
  • March 20 to 24 in Tacoma

Pre-registration is required for all Comprehensive Sales Courses.

Sobel University has provided training for management, salespeople and consumers throughout the United States and Canada since 1991.  The Comprehensive Sales Course is a “boot camp” class for new and experienced salespeople and managers. Students can expect a challenging eight hours of classroom instruction with homework every night and exams every day, the release noted.

Students are also put into role playing situations which helps sharpen their skills. Dealers have reported a drastic increase in sales volume upon their staff’s successful completion of this class. Salespeople can expect a challenge whether it is their first attendance or their 50th, Sobel explained.

To learn more about Sobel University, visit or call 253.565.2577.

SOURCE: Sobel University press release

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