I know there's something about putting a sticker on the front of your catalogs to encourage catalog show bookings. It's escaping me at the moment, though!
CAUTION: those 6 orders have to be $150, else it's not a show.chefloriray said:OR... like what you see but your wallet says "NO" gather 6 orders and it's a show!
yes...and no. To get "Product Value" free, it must be $200+. It is up to the consultant however to provide the "something" free. The host then still gets discount on what she wants to purchase.Cindycooks said:Also - if someone is gathering orders - it has to be $200 to get something FREE...
The purpose of the rhyme is to make the process of gathering orders and hosting a party more fun and engaging for both the consultant and the guests.
The rhyme is designed to be interactive and entertaining, which can help keep guests engaged and more likely to place orders. Additionally, the repetition of the rhyme can help reinforce the idea of placing an order among guests.
Absolutely! The rhyme is meant to be a guide and can be adapted to fit your own unique style and personality. Feel free to add your own flair and make it your own.
While the rhyme can be a fun addition to most parties, it is ultimately up to your discretion. Consider your audience and the overall vibe of the party to determine if the rhyme is a good fit.
Of course! The more people who use the rhyme, the more fun and engaging parties will be. Just make sure to give credit to the creator of the rhyme and spread the love for Pampered Chef!