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Gift Ideas at shows


Apr 27, 2005
For those of you who need help as to what to give for FREE gift ideas at your parties, these are the items I have in my Stainless Mixing Bowls Set (Medium / or Small Size) lined with the new Citrus Hand Towls...

Citrus Peeler
Season's Best Cookbook
Quikcut Paring Knife
Assorted Candy Bars (Snickers, Kit Kats, Resees Pieces)

Here are the reasons why they get to pick ONE item from the bowl...
1st Gift goes to - Thank You gift to Host for hosting a party
2nd - Brought an ADULT guest (over 18 years) to the party
3rd - Raffle Ticket drawing
1 ticket - Ask about Pampered Chef products
1 ticket - If someone askes what page an item is on, or wants to know the item number, THE PERSON WHO FINDS THE INFORMATION GETS THE TICKET.
2 tickets - If they ask about the opportunities with PC
5 tickets - If they do an on hands demonstration (after washing their hands first of course)
4th - Drawing from Customer Care slips (Have to be filled out completly)

There are other ways I do gifts as well. I kind of mix them up a little sometimes. Here is another I have tried in the past.....

5th Tip - Sometimes I write the main recipe (print out on labels) on index cards and then fold it in half (hiding the receipe), staple it, mark them 1 - 15. At the party, I give one card to each person and tell them not to open it until I say. What they do is tell the group and myself step by step how to make the recipe. At the end of the party, whoevers raffle ticket is drawn, wins a FREE PC recipe by me giving them the cards that were read off during the night.


Gold Member
Apr 21, 2005
I love the idea of lining the bowl with the towel, it must look very presentable!

One thing that i love to do is give the sink fizz tablets out to my hosts and game winners. I've ordered bags from Associated Bag Company that fit the tablets perfectly, and i seal the baggies with my business label. (By the way, i put my business label on everything i give out, no matter what it is). I also made up tags for the sink fizz with the same directions the box has, and a space for me to put my label again for if they want to reorder.

The bags from Associated Bag Company come in bulk, so it's best if you go in on the expense with your cluster or other fellow chefs.