VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Harold Lloyd's seminar at the International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association's 2009 Seminar & Expo this week will focus on how to make the most of a sales transaction, but Lloyd told SN he may to have to revise his plan and start with basics. The consultant, and former retailer and restaurateur, said he had planned, for instance, to suggest sales boosters like scheduling short demos into every shift to give customers a taste of what's offered in the bakery. “I was ...

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