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Pampered Chef: Any Creative Ideas??

  1. Hey there everyone! I am wondering if any of you have any creative
    ideas about something that I could borrow. LOL

    My son's pre-K class is having a Christmas party tommorrow. I am going
    to bring some sort of treat, like candy canes, for the little munchkins
    in his class. They'll just go home with them.

    What I want to do is introduce myself, and my involvement with Pampered
    Chef. I am just not sure what to say...or what incentive to give. I
    want to let them know I'm their Pampered Chef lady. LOL I want them to
    know I sell, but also give them an incentive to book with me...as I
    have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING on the books right now.

    Any help or ideas as to what I could attach to the candy canes would be
    GREATLY appreciated!! Thanks in advance!!
  2. batroark

    batroark Member Gold Member

    A thought!???

    You could put on there something like: If you would like to see something sweeter than this...contact me for a Pampered Chef book! It is getting rather late. Or maybe just punch a hole in a business card, run some ribbon through it, and tie it around the candy cane stating it is from "your child's name" and his family (or mom)? I am now referred to as Tanner(age 6) and/or Tori's(age 2) mom so I am sure you are the same way. It don't take long for you to loose your name.lol I wish you well with the kids tomorrow! OBTW...have you ever thought about doing a small cooking demo like out of the kids cookbook and making it an art project and inviting the moms in as assistants. I did my son's 6th b-day party with the cupcakes out of that cookbook and it was a huge success booking 2 shows as well.

    Angela Roark
    Future Director
    Corning, AR
    Dec 20, 2005
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