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  • Excuse me, Ms. Peterson. May I ask you a question about the Larsen account?

  • Sure, Mr. Powell. How can I help?

  • Well, do you know if the boss wants us to finish the proposal with a lot of details, or does he want a sketch of a basic plan of action for their marketing campaign?

  • Well, I know the Larsen company is still looking at other advertising agencies.

  • So I think we should put our best foot forward and give a lot of details. Show them what we do.

  • Right, ok, we want to be in the running for future business with them.

  • Let's not get ahead of ourselves. Make a good proposal and sell it.

  • Yes, you're right. I need to focus on first things first.

  • Would it be okay if I run my proposal by you when I finish?

  • Sure, I would be glad to give you my two cents.

  • Great! Thank you, I look forward to your help.

  • You're welcome, no problem at all!

Excuse me, Ms. Peterson. May I ask you a question about the Larsen account?

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