The Sales Pitch


“I think it is important to leave a little piece of yourself behind for the next generation.  Give them a Legacy they are proud to be a part of, give them Legacy Films.”  The woman turned towards the two men seated in chairs at the opposite end of the table.  The man on the left just shrugged his shoulders, but the one on the right said, “I think I like it.  We may have to do some rebranding.  But I honestly think this will be good for our business.  The woman discretely let her breath out that she had been holding.  “If you two gentlemen wait right here, I will get Nancy to come in with all the paperwork then.”

The woman left the room and headed across the hall to her boss’s office.  “Nancy, we did it.  We got the account for Legacy Films.”  Nancy stood and shook her hand, “Donna, you should be proud of this one. I think you are going to go far in advertising.”


Written for Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (FOWC) – legacy

(photo from cottonbro at Pexels)

9 thoughts on “The Sales Pitch”

    1. The closest I have been to a advertising job is watching Darren make his pitches on the old Bewitched TV show. LOL I did consider it as a career, but didn’t think I had the art background I needed. Thanks for your high praises!

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