Opportunity for 200 agents to join RAC’s direct sales force

Motor company launches nationwide “self-employed” opportunity

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UK breakdown provider RAC has launched a major recruitment drive to attract over 200 sales agents to take up its “self-employed” opportunity and join its front-line team.

The motoring organisation is looking for individuals with transferable sales skills to become part of its direct sales force which would involve representing the RAC brand and promoting its products and services.

Established in 1897, the RAC has become one of the largest motoring companies in Britain with over seven million members and it says its front-line sales force has become a successful channel within its business model.

Its sales packages include ongoing training along with sales and marketing support with an alleged earning potential of up to £50,000 per year.

Full-time and part-time opportunities are available for agents from a wide range of industries and backgrounds, including small business owners, graduates and students, along with experienced sales professionals.

RAC head of direct sales Stuart Blackett said: “We have some exciting opportunities for talented direct sales professionals to help us engage new members and act as local ambassadors for the RAC.

“In today’s economic climate there are many small business owners and franchisees that have suffered due to the downturn and are looking for new opportunities. We believe that the commitment, optimism and work ethic many of these sole traders demonstrate can be transferred to make a success of their own RAC business venture.”

To find out more about becoming a direct sales agent for RAC, click here or call Helen Johnson on 07710 108267.

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