descriptions of whatever merchandise you have in your kit. You can
use descriptions right from your catalog or embellish them a bit.Cut the descriptions into strips so you have one per strip.
Also, do any specialty offers you have (i.e., Bonus Buys, Hostess
Only Gifts, free merchandise for holding a party, recruiting
have each guest pick one as they enter the party or place each one
next to the specific item it names and have the guests come to your
display and pick an item and card/prop.
want to coach each person a bit if you like, i.e. show them the item
and talk about it a bit. After the introductions,
each guest "demo" their item. This is good if you'd rather not
demonstrate your line that night (maybe you aren't feeling well?) or
to see which guests in attendance might make good Consultants
(aren't shy...have a great personality, etc.).
them vote who did the best and the winner gets a prize.
Which Watch Part?
extend to our friends (Hand)
Seen at the circus (Ring or Band)
Something used before (Second Hand)
Given at the 15th wedding anniversary (Crystal)
Caesar, Mark Anthony, Brutes (Roman Characters)
Places where water bubbles up (Spring)
Something read by the secretary (Minutes)
Something a pretty woman is proud of (Face)
Supports a flower (Stem)
Opposite of front (Back)
Something a lawyer tries (Case)
A book in the Bible (Numbers)
Are You Listening?
this game a little if you have repeat guests.
Talk about yourself, your name, husband/boyfriend's name, the names
of your children, how long you have been married, how long you've
been selling for the company you represent, my $$$ in sales last
year, trips you've been on, etc. Do all this talking while passing
out the books, papers, and just casually walking around.
When you finish with the
big speech, ask them to take out the sheet of paper you've given
them, then say, "OK… #1 what is my husband's name?" I get a lot of,
"OH…I wasn't listening". You can bet that they will listen this
time!! This is a great recruiting
It shows them that even though everyone is "busy", they can do this
wonderful job, too!
Give away tickets for different things at the party; the person
who arrives first; someone who brings a guest, etc.You can decide what you want to "reward" them for. When the
demonstration begins, pass out order forms. I have them complete the
top portion of the form for a drawing later. Then during my
presentation, ask them to write down the name of five friends, and
the first person finished gets a ticket. Do the same with neighbors,
relatives, co-workers, etc.
At the end of the show, the person with the most tickets wins a
prize. The guests think they've played a neat game, but what they've
really done is fill out their guest list. When you ask them to book
a party and they say no, ask them what they plan to do with their
guest list. Can the guest next to her have it to use at her show? OF
COURSE NOT! They usually will reconsider when they realize the hard
part of making a list of "who to invite" is already done!
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