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Pharmaceutical Sales Safety Slogans

1- Keep the doctor happy and your job is safe.
2- Always keep a smile handy for those office visits.
3- Focus on the fun before the day has begun.
4- Just because you are selling drugs, doesn't mean you can use them.
5- The safest patients of all does not need the drugs.
6- If the doctor wants it, the patients will buy it.
7- The safest way to cold call is within the doctors office.
8- If you can't pronounce certain things, ask the doctor's receptionist to help you.
9- Keep heavily used drugs, like Oxycontin, stored in a special place.
10- Don't advertise that you are into drugs.
11- Sales reps should stay focused and low profile.
12- If people take drugs, your job is safe.
13- The safest sales approach is something about drugs benefiting patients.
14- Illegal doctor bribes may be common, but a very unsafe business practice.
15- If they're unsure about the product, send them on a nice vacation to study it more.
16- Never let the doctor get tired of being safe.
17- If you don't understand the product, how will you understand the lawsuits?
18- Why do drugs always get pedaled by good-looking, aggressive, territory mongrels.
19- Don't try and distinguish between legal and illegal drugs.
20- Is it really safer to take the drugs?

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