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  1. heat123

    heat123 Legend Member Silver Member

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    I got this idea from the Lemonade lady: Thought it was a cute idea for all who have a valentines day show!

    I came across Valentines Conversation Hearts that are
    in small cellophane packages, rather than boxes (the
    kind kids give out at school or loosely packaged in
    bags.) They are the Necco brand Sweethearts.

    Here's how you can use them
    effectively in your presentation: Hand a package to
    each guest. Invite them to share the message
    written on the hearts and then relate it to your
    business. Here?s how to do a TWIST on these
    messages:


    * My love: My love is my family; that?s
    why I have my own business

    * Page Me: When you want to increase
    your pay check

    * #1 Fan: If you?re a great fan of our
    product, you?ll want to join our team!

    * New Love: A new business!

    * Let?s KISS: Let?s Keep it Short and
    Simple ? for every party you hold, you?ll earn
    approximately $ ____

    * Call Me: When you want to make more
    money!

    * E-Mail: When you get too many bills in
    your mail box!

    * All Mine: All the products you see here
    are ALL MINE, and they came in my kit, which was
    only $_____.

    On an individual basis, when you
    meet someone who is the kind of person you want to
    HIGHER, simply hand her a package with a note
    attached that says, ?Can we have a heart-to-heart
    conversation about beginning a business with
    _______ (name of your company)?? Obviously, you?ll
    want to follow through with a personal verbal
    invitation as well.

    You will see other brands of candy
    with heart-full messages printed. You can use them
    in the same manner. Remember, you can use this
    Valentine concept throughout the year, not just in
    February. Just as you can use ideas from Halloween,
    Easter, and so on at any time. :)
     
    Feb 13, 2006
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  2. heat123

    heat123 Legend Member Silver Member

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    I forgot I posted this last year.... Bumping this up for V-day to anyone intersted!
     
    Jan 21, 2007
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  3. whiteyteresa

    whiteyteresa Veteran Member

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    Thanks for sharings

    These are great.

    I have been working on some homemade valentines for Lucy's school and now I am going to type in this stuff and hand out at my shows.

    Thanks again.

    ~
     
    Jan 21, 2007
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  4. chefkristin

    chefkristin Senior Member Gold Member

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    That is great! Thanks for sharing!
     
    Jan 21, 2007
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