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Pampered Chef: Looking for hospitality director...

  1. Is there a director/cluster in the northern Oklahoma area, specifically Enid, OK? My director is trying to find someone for me, but since she's several states away, hasn't had much luck yet.
    Thanks,
    Shannon
     
    Feb 21, 2005
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  2. Shawnna

    Shawnna Senior Member Gold Member

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    I am not exactly sure where Enid is, but my director is from Ponca City north of Stillwater, OK. Her name is Jill Copelan. I live several hours from her, so she was able to get hospitality for me in Fort Smith, AR. I don't know if this helps you, but maybe it will.

    Shawnna Nixon
     
    Feb 22, 2005
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  3. PamperedGinger

    PamperedGinger Advanced Member

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    Shannon,
    Your director needs to call Pampered Chef headquarters and they will help locate a hospitality director. Meetings are the best thing you can do to build your business. They are an investment in your business. NEVER miss a meeting...they are that worthwhile!
     
  4. Thanks Shawnna, Ponca City isn't that far from me, I think maybe 30 minutes? Would you mind emailing her information to me so that I can pass it along to my director? Thanks bunches.

    Ginger, my director has been trying to get hospitality for me, but she has to look in a 100 mile radius from my house, and she only can get one name a day. Most names she has been getting are either Tulsa or OK City, neither of which are close. She also has other things going on in her life that take up much more time than me, so I'm trying to ease the burden a little for her by helping out. If I could do it myself, I would, but since I'm not a director, I don't think I could get the info from HO. That's why I'm asking around for a little help.

    Thanks,
    Shannon
     
    Feb 23, 2005
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  5. I think Ponca City is more like an hour, not 30 minutes like I thought before. I might still be able to use the information, tho. Thanks. Shannon
     
    Feb 23, 2005
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