Trent Broers launches Research Medical Center Digital Screen Initiative

Trent Broers launches first Digital Screen Initiative with Research Medical Center in Kansas City.  Trent Broers


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About trentbroers

Trent Broers is a true sales professional. He currently works selling advertising with hospital digital network screens nationwide! His roots started in the book field selling door to door with The Southwestern Company. The leadership skills he learned on the book field were inspired by “An American Original” Spencer Hays written in Forbes Magazine. Trent describes the key to his success as “making the law of averages work in your favor by making lots of calls”. It’s a simple principle and if you play the law of averages it has to catch up. In 2009 Trent Broers was chosen to represent Atlanta’s Most Successful Business Leaders. Your attitude he says, is the most important factor in life; having a positive attitude makes all the difference in how you wake up and work with excitement. Trent wakes up every day with the mind set to take on life’s challenges each day. Broers likes to read books and his favorite "The Common Denominator of Success says,” successful people do things that unsuccessful people don’t like to do”. This simple principle has sparked Trent to take on the world everyday with an open heart and mind. Trent Broers says all we need to do is, “Work hard, study hard, and be coachable” Trent likes to live his life by the simple principles that he learned back in his Southwestern days. Give yourself small victories everyday in life and laugh at your mistakes and learn from them.

2 responses to “Trent Broers launches Research Medical Center Digital Screen Initiative”

  1. Kevin says :

    This was 2nd hospital we spent money with Trent Broers and he was very easy to work with and did a great job creating our spot.

  2. Kevin says :

    MedCenter is a bunch of unprofessional jerks. Wish you were still here they lost the best sales person. I am canceling my ad spots at the hospital. I heard you left from other advertisers that wish you were around too. The new people are not good to work with… me Trent Broers

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