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You can teach Old Sparky new tricks. The Tennessean, Nashville s daily newspaper, recently ran a story about Wayne Tabor, a principal at Resource Label Group LLC who has a unique way of getting the best prices available from vendors and ad salesmen. When vendors come in to pitch their wares to Tabor he asks them to sit in a very special chair: an electric chair, complete with leather straps. When asked where he got the idea Tabor was quoted as saying, Our chief executive officer, when he was a young salesman, was made to sit in a chair like this from Memphis. He had to give his sales pitch from it.

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