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Pampered Chef: Theme Show Double Bridal Shower

  1. cookn' katie

    cookn' katie Member

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    I am doing a bridal shower for 2 girls who work at the same grocery store. One of the coworkers is putting it on and inviting all their coworkers. How do I put it in as a show? I was thinking about doing them as co-hostess. That way since all the same people will be buying for them and how else would I split up the orders. The other way I could do it is, try to split the sales in half and enter it as 2 shows. Has anyone done this before or any ideas on how to make this fair for both of the girls and get the most rewards. Help Me!
     
    Mar 25, 2009
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  2. lisa717

    lisa717 Member

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    I would do it as 2 seperate shows ....one bride then the other?Why couldn't you do that?
     
    Mar 25, 2009
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  3. wadesgirl

    wadesgirl Legend Member Gold Member

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    If you do 2 separate shows then each customer will have to pay for shipping twice. Plus then what do you do if the customer's order for themselves? I would submit it as one show, they will probably end up getting more out of it anyway.
     
    Mar 25, 2009
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  4. cookn' katie

    cookn' katie Member

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    See that is what I was thinking too. When I do a bridal shower, I someone buys something for themselves and the bride, I put that all on one order, that way they can qualify for the free guest special. And how do I split up the orders. I am just making sure that the brides and the guests get the best deals!
     
    Mar 25, 2009
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  5. wadesgirl

    wadesgirl Legend Member Gold Member

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    Well consider a $500 party. They would split $90 free and 2 half priced items. I cannot remember what a $250 party is off the top of my head but it's not nearly that much.
     
    Mar 25, 2009
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  6. Jules711

    Jules711 Veteran Member Silver Member

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    With joint parties, at $500 EACH (so $1000 total) it makes sense to separate. However, in this case IF the actual host is okay with getting no real benefit, I'd put the brides as co-hosts. Typically the host gets 10% off for a year. She could STILL take advantage of the discount if she wanted. Just put it with a bride's order.

    Good luck! Have fun with it.
     
    Mar 25, 2009
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