The shark-infested waters of Sales in a small property firm are given more bite when a contest is started for its sales force. A quota board — to indicate how many property deals each person has made during the contest — is hung on the office wall. Pressure mounts as the sales force realises that deals are hard to close during an economic recession with the glut of properties. Clawing tooth-and-nail, they will use any means to close a deal. The salesman’s maxim, always be closing, becomes more urgent than ever.
Presented as part of the Singapore Drama Festival 1985.