There was once a man named David Emami West Linn. He is 28 years old, working as in a company called Croft Enterprises. David is one of the top salesmen of this real estate firm. He has been giving out his all ever since has gotten into the company in the United States. He comes from a family of 2 with him being the oldest and his youngest sister studying at school. David relatively lived a normal life, but everything changed on September 8.
This was supposed to be a normal Wednesday for David, woke up at 7 am, ate breakfast, got ready, and went straight to work. Although when he got to work, he was in for a surprise. When he pulled up in his parking space that he has been using for years now, was a man, standing in a black suit, tall, bulky man, wearing dark shades. The only thing going through David’s mind was, “is this a movie?”, “what is going to happen to me?”, “do I get out of the car?”. Out of mere curiosity, David got out of the car slowly and approached the man with as much courage as he had. To David’s relief, the man in the suit spoke first, “Mr. Emami, my name is Dwayne, and I need to talk to you about something urgent.” This was when David immediately regretted his decision of getting out of the car. Thinking to himself, “If I run now he might not catch me.” Although that was not the case as Dwayne was already clutching his arm leading him to a heavily tinted SUV.
It was an all black SUV that was so tinted that he could see his trembling self in the reflection. Before David got to the door of the car, about ten steps away from it, Dwayne says, “Wait here, Mr. Emami.” Now, this was the real chance for David to get out and bolt but due to his curious self he stayed and waited for what was to come as he was intrigued by this interruption to his daily routine. David was a very organized man. Prim and proper was the best way to describe him which is why he was very curious about this new experience that he was about to embark on. Dwayne then appears out of the car, signaling David to come closer. David makes a nervous walk to the car, and as he approaches the door, it bursts open, and to his surprise, he sees a dog. A small dog sort of like a toy poodle but could not tell for sure.
Then he saw the man holding it, dressed in an all gold suit. Everything about this man was gold, from his teeth to his shoes and every accessory a man could have on his body. David nervously stuck out his hand, and the man accepted the shake and introduced himself. His name was Mr. Billabong and spoke in a very deep English accent. To David’s surprise, all Mr. Billabong wanted was a quote on the best real estate available on the market as he was planning on getting a vacation house in the United States.
After this whole conversation, it changed David’s whole career as a salesman as he sold 100 houses on that meeting alone and this experience is one that he will never forget.