Herald hiring business sales executive
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New business sales executive
The Williamson Herald and Southern Exposure Magazine are looking for a highly motivated sales professional who enjoys working in the community to sell print and digital advertising. Person must be a self-starter who is motivated to grow new business and work with a team.
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Full and part-time positions available.
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