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Recruiting games

bbauman07

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What type of recruiting games have you played at your shows? I have a few I was just wondering which ones you like best:)
 

ChefNic

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A Penny for Your Thoughts
Thanks to Naomi Zuccaro for sharing this great idea using pennies as
props to present the idea of spending, saving and making money with The
Pampered Chef.

When you start your shows, pass around a SA bowl with pennies. Ask
each guest to take a penny and let them know that you will tell them
later in the show what it is for, but to hold onto it. At the end
of your show, say something like this. "Now, I gave each of you a penny
at the start of the show. Did you know there are 3 kinds of people in
the world? The kind that like to spend money, the kind that like to
save money, and the kind that like to MAKE money!"

"If you are the kind that likes to Spend money, then you will be happy
to know that you can redeem that penny for FREE shipping when you spend
over $100 tonight. If you are interested in Saving money, then I have
a deal for you as well! Schedule a show tonight and I will give you
any $10 item at your show for FREE. You will actually turn that penny
into over $100 because that is how much money our Hosts typically save
with their benefits, it not more!"

"Or, if you are the kind of person that wants to Make money, then this
penny is your ticket to purchase our Starter Kit for under $90, a great
sale of $89.99! The total value of the kit is over 3 times that
price. What a great way to earn almost our whole catalog for FREE and
give yourself the opportunity to start your own home-based business!"

"Which ever bargain you choose with your penny, you will be getting a
great deal with THE PAMPERED CHEF!
 

TinasKitchen

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Feb 25, 2006
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I read this before but it jogged my memory and I just printed it out. Thanks for the idea!
 

sarahsellcm

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ANother game

Last night at our Cluster Meeting my director told us about a Pass A Tool Game. What you do is set your timer for three minutes and during that three minutes you let the guest ask questions about the business. When someone ask a question they get a tool (she used the Bamboo Tongs as an example) to hold until someone else ask a question. Whoever is holding the tool at the end of the 3 minutes wins the tool. She said it works really well to get recruits. Hope it helps
 

Ann F

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sarahsellcm said:
Last night at our Cluster Meeting my director told us about a Pass A Tool Game. What you do is set your timer for three minutes and during that three minutes you let the guest ask questions about the business. When someone ask a question they get a tool (she used the Bamboo Tongs as an example) to hold until someone else ask a question. Whoever is holding the tool at the end of the 3 minutes wins the tool. She said it works really well to get recruits. Hope it helps


I play this game by giving a ticket for each question asked. After the timer goes off we draw for the winner.

The other night I couldn't find my tickets (organizationally challenged?!), so I took a (clean) pair of rolled up socks(!). I threw the socks to the 1st questioner, then she threw them to the next, etc. A prize was given to the last person holding the socks.

Guess what? Of the five women in attendance, 2 signed up on the spot, 1 signed up under one of those 2, and 1 booked a show. Wow!
 

reesefamily5

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I play a recruiting games with a deck of cards. I only use two suits. I hand out one of the "Hearts" for each question asked about my job. (Of course you answer the questions!). Once all of the cards are gone I take the other suit and mix them up. Then I flip them over one at a time. The first two cards I pick get the two prizes I'm giving away. (I like to give two prizes because everyone has fun stealing the different prizes from each other.) Then I go through all the cards once they are gone whoever has the prizes keeps them.

If someone asks a lot of questions that is your first clue that they might be interested!!!!
 

soonerchef

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I have done the tickets for questions in the past and found that the ones that don't say anything are the ones most likely to be interested. That is how I have found 3 of my recruits!
 

bbauman07

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I will be trying these at my next few shows. I will let you know which ones work best for me
 
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