So I moved into a new city. Surprise, Arizona. The first thing I did was search out the high traffic areas and then immediately after that I began my leads and prospects process. I stumbled across a little skate(boards) shop named Sk8 Haus LLC. Immediately I checked up on the domain and both sk8.haus and sk8haus.com were available and I quickly regged them both. I then scheduled an appointment with the owner. I think it's important to note that my objective isn't just selling the shop the domain names. I would like to develop a mobile and a desktop site as well for the company and get a contract for their SEO/Digital Marketing needs. So I came with 3 custom created reports and an abridged version of the Keyword Research I had performed in relation to the niche. Long story short of it, the meet went fairly well, until some Awkward, Fragile Looking skater kid who said he's a "digital marketer" and "SEO" as well, jumped in and started casting doubt on my mini-presentation and my motives. On top of that, his wife, who apparently handles the companies finances to some degree, started piping in as well. Mind you the "digital marketer" who was talking sh it had no idea what he was talking about, but he did his job as a gatekeeper I guess. The man's wife however, had legitimate questions and I had answers for those questions. I can't knock her for that but she obviously has some number of a budget the business tries to keep in mind. I don't know what that number is, and I believe her concerns could become a deal breaker if she leverages her husband agianst my propostions. My question is this Namepros. And I know many of you have the experience and the correct mental resolve to be a lifeline for me in this situation so I trust whatever advice you may have. What do I do next to leverage the decision maker enough to close the deal? Despite the very close relatives taking an awkward stance against my ambitious proposals. I appreciate any help, and corrective criticisms you care to share NP.