We expect companies to go for the hard sell over the holidays—but sometimes they can surprise us.
The Palestinian hostility toward Jews and Israel makes this myth a hard sell.
No Kardashian coverlines, no hard sell on the clothes; the beautifully composed image was everything.
Despite commercials featuring rapping rodents, the price tag of $14,400 for a Kia Soul is still a hard sell.
“People are getting bombarded,” says Baker, and the need for reform is not a hard sell with these voters.
And the use of Darwinian language smoothes the edges off what might otherwise be seen as a hard sell.
The hard sell may move time-share units, but it may not be the right approach for winning votes.
Of course, regaining the youth vote is a hard sell for the GOP, regardless of who its 2016 nominee will be.
She was there to sell her book, Hard Choices, out Tuesday, and Hard Choices got a hard sell.
An act or policy of selling aggressively, forcibly, loudly, etc: Joe is a master at hard sell (1950s+)