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Pampered Chef: Sales Selling to the Blind

  1. I just presented a show where one of the guests was blind. She has booked a show, and asked me to bring all my products to her show as a large portion of her friends and some of her family are also blind. Any suggestions as to how to present and demonstrate besides just telling what I am doing and passing items around?

    Mar 29, 2005
  2. PamperedEsther

    PamperedEsther Member

    I would ask the host

    I would ask the host what you can do to make this a terrific show for her & her guests. I think by being honest with your hostess, you will gain her respect on this part and she (like all your hostess) will be your partner in this show. You both want a successful and enjoyable show, she will have some new ideas on how to share the products! Good luck and enjoy the show!

  3. Thanks so much! Amazing how often the most simple, daily common courtesy is all that is required of ANYONE, no matter whether they are blind, deaf or shy - like most of were when we hosted our first show! :eek:

    Mar 29, 2005
  4. shano

    shano Member

    How was this show?

    Feb 12, 2006
  5. Darcy Sharpe

    Darcy Sharpe Novice Member Gold Member

    This should be a great show for you. I work with people with different abilities and hands on is the best. Let your guest feel and use the tools. I use the Crinkle cutter for slicing cookie dough. Just close your eyes and feel the tools and enhance your senses. By doing this and speaking to the host as suggested is the best. You need to experience it to to. Let us know how the show goes.
    Feb 12, 2006
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