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  1. jenniferlynne

    jenniferlynne Senior Member

    I just read the thread about a hostess getting an incentive if a guest at her show signs. I have a question of my own. At my Taste of Home booth, I had a former PC consultant come by and sign up for my drawing (and she won something too). I only saw this girl for about 10 whole seconds and that is the only contact I had with her. Since then, I have had two people call me (one was just last night) that she has given my name to, and they have booked a catalog show. I really appreciate her doing this, especially since she doesn't even know me, and I would like to do something for her. My husband said I should just send her a gift certificate, but I kind of wanted to do something a little more personal. Like a gift basket or something. The first catalog show was over $500 and this one has potential to be huge. This girl works for Ford's daycare. She said she is going to take up orders and maybe even turn it into a kitchen show. What would you all do for this girl?
    Jan 27, 2006
  2. pamperedbecky

    pamperedbecky Legacy Member

    Do you have any extra products on hand that you don't need? I wouldn't do something as big as a gift basket because I think she'd even appreciate a new product or something. If she hasn't been a consultant in a while, there are probably things she doesn't have. I wouldn't buy anything unless you have absolutely nothing on hand. WHen I've done this for people, they've appreciated even small gestures, so I wouldn't go overboard. That's great she did this for you! Did you ask her if she has any interest in signing up again? You never know! :)
    Jan 27, 2006
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