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susanr613

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Various host, guest, recruiting materials. If you want to have a variety and don’t want to order just from TPC or Merrill, you can have all of the below for $55.00 plus shipping. Or you can buy what you want at the prices listed, which are all before shipping from 60107

Cooking show planning guides: over 100, $10.00
Mini catalogs (F/W 2009): 1 unopened pack, 1 opened and stamped pack $2.00 each
Wedding Registry: Opened but complete pack of wedding shower invites $2.00
Invitation packs $2.00 each
Standard: 5 current, 4 older but they are all standard wording packs
HWC: 2 packs
Theme (6’oclock salad/Sweet n simple) 12 packs
Postcards
Merrill blank, Dots dinnerware 1 pack (opened), Salad in collapsible bowl 1 pack (opened) $2.00 for both
Assortment of non-Merrill postcards, ranging from rescehduling a show to reminders to recruiting to new consultant atta-boys/girls. Probably 200 or so cards, $5.00 for the lot
Recruiting materials
Come Join Us: at least 50 booklets: $5.00
Your Life, Your Way (replaced by Amazing this season): at least 50 brochures: $5.00
Your life your way DVDs: unopened pack of 5: $5.00
Season’s Best
Una Muestra S/S 2008: 5 copies for $2.00
S/S 2010
Various other seasons, great for host/guest prizes
Recipe cards: probably 100 or so cards, all over the board, includes full packs of some: $10.00
Table-top flip binder with plastic sleeves: great condition, use for displaying monthly specials and product cards: $10.00
 

pampered1224

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Susan - what is going on? You're not leaving are u? Or are u?
 

susanr613

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Hi John thanks for asking. I have been gearing down my biz for a long time now, and not pursuing recruits or shows (other than at shows). PC stopped being fun over a year ago.

What nailed it for me is that I have a full time job now outside the home, and the last thing I want to do is come home, walk/feed the dogs, then go back out again. My son is also no longer thrilled to come with me. Finally, I can make more $$ doing contract work in my field (training design) than I can schlepping to shows.

So, I'm keeping the bare minimum needed for shows, which is catalogs and order forms. I'll keep my PWS until it expires or I go inactive.

IMO, PC served its purpose for me - my kitchen is well-stocked, I achieved some important financial goals, and I experienced another aspect of work. Direct sales is a great way to accomplish a variety of goals, and PC is a wonderful DS company.
 

Dina Atnip

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I will miss you bright and shining smile. I am so glad when those go after what they want rather than sit and wait for it to happen.
 

susanr613

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Thanks Dina!
 

AJPratt

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Well, Susan, IMO that's what it's all about! You do as much as you want, when you want!

I, for a while, just did the bare minimum to stay active, so I could buy myself some time to make a decision as to what I want to do with my PC biz. I don't want to leave the business, but I may just keep doing the minimum until I figure out my schedule.
 
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What's in the HWC pack? If it is the apron and a pin, how much you selling it for. I might be interested.
 

pampered1224

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Well I wish you the best! We love you out here and I am so glad though that things are working out for you! Big hug!!!
 

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