Another epithet given to a politician who discusses and debates issues but fail to act is 'Tire-kicker
'.In the UK, a political slur which is quite often used to shame a political opponent is 'snowflake'.
The smart disciplined management of these companies knows a good elevator pitch and mantra can instantly qualify a lead--or disqualify a "tire-kicker
"--and allow their people to engage many more qualified customer prospects.
Almost every remodeler I've run into dislikes estimating, especially if it takes time away from the family to make some demanding tire-kicker
The motivation of a parent with a child is different; the difference in "mission" can be likened to the difference between a serious buyer at an automobile dealership and a "tire-kicker
." One represents a potential customer, the other a nuisance.
This company isn't the only tire-kicker
. Corriveau expected a Sept.
One retailer during the question period cited the white-goods equivalent of the tire-kicker
and complained that sticky storage drawers presented a cheap image.
Now, the $20 billion offer from tire-kicker
Davis and mastermind Brian Mulligan might be tasting sweeter.
Rumors persist of a string of Sundance cinemas with General Cinemas the most serious tire-kicker
for that franchise.
"For sellers, there's less tire-kickers
when they've spent an hour to clean," he said.
have been asking Agnico Eagle Mines about their cobalt deposits in northeastern Ontario.
"These are not tire-kickers
," observed Volvo CE Vice President of Marketing & Corporate Communications Dave Foster.
In show talk, that means fewer tire-kickers
and more qualified buyers.
Connected cars are becoming by far the most demanded option from buyers with tire-kickers
demanding rides that will keep them plugged into their digital devices.
Pre-qualified buyers and targeted exhibitors mean no wasted time with tire-kickers
- just pure opportunity.
They are "tire-kickers
," she said, "Who go, 'Oh no, really?