salesperson

[seylz-pur-suhn]
noun
a person who sells goods, services, etc.

Origin:
1915–20; sales + person


See -person.
Example sentences
After enduring this task without a fuss, the salesperson offered him a balloon
  to reward his patience.
So a good salesperson considers optimism to be part of his or her job.
If you have any doubt, think about the last time you went shopping and the
  salesperson pressured you buy something.
Managers can spot the moment that an embittered salesperson copies a client
  database onto a flash-memory stick.
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