your profile of each guest.You will use these
to draw "contestants".
Use a LOT of play money.Each guest
gets $400 to start.Put $300 of that at their
feet.If they decide to book a party anytime
during the game, they can pick it up.They can
keep the first $100 just for playing.You can
throw in a booking/sponsoring seed like they can either have $100 in
free product or $100 profit with a $400 show.
With a large crowd, not every player will have the opportunity to be
a contestant.Explain that they still have a
chance to earn some money (obviously the person with the most money
at the end wins).There will be 2 commercial
breaks.During those commercial breaks, they
will get $100 for every question they ask.
Draw 2 Contestants
each gets $100 for being drawn.
1st Item up for bid- Winner comes closest
without going over.$100 for winning,$200 for right on the nose bid.The
winner plays one of the games (see below).$100
for losing, $200 for winning.
1st Commercial - Hostess Program
They can only ask questions about the hostess program.Set a 60 second time limit, or a $$ limit to keep this quick.
Remind them that if they book tonight, they can pick up $300 at
their feet.They can pick it up any time.
Depending on the size of the show, either draw 3 more contestants or
1 to replace the winner.2nd item up for bid and
2nd Commercial - Consultant OpportunityThis
is done the same way.Shows booked tonight get
Depending on the size of the show, you can do a 3rd contestant/game.
Games to use:
*Pricing Game:Display 3 items - 2
@ the same price, 1 different.Which 2 are the
*More or Less Game:Display 1 item
- Is the price more or less than $xx?
*Higher/Lower Game - you have an item that they need to
guess the price.They have 30 seconds to get it
right.You keep shouting higher or lower until
they get it or times up.
*High/Medium/Low Pricing Game with 3 product pieces.
*Match the Price - have price cards that they match
with the product.
For a "showcase showdown" total up your showcase or starter kit
value and have them guess without going over.
The guest that gets the closest obviously wins that much in play
money.At the end of the class have special
items they can purchase with their winnings - for example, a hand
lotion would cost them $600 or use samples and have them be $200
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