Tory Burch

  • Midwest Sales Representative (Golf and Tennis) - Freelance

    Job Location US-IL-Chicago
  • About Us

    Tory Burch is an American lifestyle brand that embodies the personal style and sensibility of its Executive Chairman, Tory Burch. The collection, known for color, print and eclectic details, includes ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, accessories, home and beauty. Art, music, travel, interiors and the designer’s own stylish parents are inspirations for the collection.

    Our company launched in February 2004 with a single boutique on what was then a remote street in downtown Manhattan. Today, we are a global brand with a presence in more than 50 countries, but in many ways we are only just beginning. There is so much we want to do!

    Brand integrity, global inspiration and beautiful products are integral to who we are as a company and what we have accomplished to date. Our incredible team is an equally important part of the equation. We believe that each of our employees play a vital role in our continuing efforts to grow and evolve.


    Midwest Territory: To include Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. The home base city and state are flexible. 


    • Own your geographical territory for Tory Sport Golf and Tennis in high-end private clubs, resorts and hospitality shops.
    • Aggressively develop and maintain strong relationships with customers
    • Possess strong brand and product knowledge
    • Achieve seasonal sales goals
    • Commission based


    • Deliver exceptional customer experience with a strong commitment to customer service
    • Exceptional selling skills that sets the pace for sales leader
    • Understands how to be a team player
    • Savvy about the visual and brand representation in shops
    • Strategic thinking, planning and presentation skills
    • Proven success in new business development and proven ability to build an account base


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