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Pampered Chef: Sales Increasing Attendance

  1. DebPC

    DebPC Legacy Member Staff Member

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    One way is to get and keep your host very excited about the show.Let them know how much fun evryone will have and how good the recipe is going to taste and how easy it's going to be to make.
    Look for signs during the coaching call which you can address like;

    I only know 12 people to invite- help them think of more and give lots of attention to outside orders

    If you expect low attendance offer a gift to everyone who brings a guest or a drawing for a nice item for everyone who brings a guest. You'd want to let the host know a few days ahead so hopefully her guests will get others to come.
    Keeping them positive and motivated is soooo important!
     
    Jun 12, 2004
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  2. DebPC

    DebPC Legacy Member Staff Member

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    Offer your host $1 credit for every buying guest she has at her show (minumum 12 guests). Examperl $16 buing guests there that day= $16 credit towards her discounted products.

    You could offer a host challenge. Tell your host " My highest show last month was $$$$. If you beat it, I'll give you______. Usually a $15 or $20 item.
     
    Dec 12, 2004
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  3. fish aren't taking the bait

    I have done about 10 kitchen shows and I'm starting to build momentum. I finally decided I want to get serious about this. But one problem I keep running into time and again is attendance. I urge the host to call and remind her friends to come (although I have heard more than once "I don't want to be too pushy"), I offer "bring a friend, get a gift," but so far it hasn't even produced one friend. How can I coach my hosts better? Also, I had a recent host who said she had asked her friend if she wanted to place an order. Her friend said she had one and she would call back. She never did. However, the host didn't want to call her back or have me call her b/c, again, she didn't want to seem pushy. How do I get past this?
     
    Mar 22, 2005
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  4. Make the reminder calls for the host, she won't seem too pushy and you will know that the guests didn't simply forget.
     
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