You can’t, in good conscience

As a wine wholesaler, you can’t, in good conscience, be a supporter of both the boutique hand-selling wine shop and the mega national retailer.

You can’t, in good conscience, sell a wine that goes against the core of all of your personal values and the needs of your accounts simply to make a quota or achieve a sales goal.

You can’t, in good conscience, try to place the same wine by the glass in six restaurants on the same block.

You can’t, in good conscience, sell a small but innocent (i.e. not savvy) restaurant a wine that is by the glass at Chez Mega, found at every mall in the region.

You can’t, in good conscience, sell a wine to a favorite small retailer knowing they will get crushed on price from the larger nearby competition.

Of course, all of this assumes you have a conscience.

Oxford Dictionary definition of conscience: An inner feeling or voice viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one’s behavior.

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