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Pampered Chef: Bookings What are my chances???

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  1. AMTC

    AMTC Member Gold Member

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    Just started this month- I've got one show 7/9, one show 7/21 and one show on 7/23. I feel like I need one more booking for the month (at least) especially since I use a mac so no Pampered Partner for me this month.
    :(

    I'm feeling nervous especially because two of the three shows are at the end of the month and I'm wondering if I can close them in time. I'd feel much better if I had a show the week of the 11th too.

    Does anyone think it's possible to get another booking for July AND make my ss goal?

    I'm making flyers with the Chillzanne host special printed on one side and this on the other-

    Hello Neighbor-

    While I have had the pleasure of meeting some of you already, there are still a lot of you I don’t know. I would like to introduce myself, my name is Annie and I live at (address) with my husband Alan. We have recently relocated here from Massachusetts and so far we love Florida and we love (neighborhood)! I also wanted to let you be among the first to know that I recently became an Independent Consultant for Pampered Chef.

    If you are not familiar with Pampered Chef, it’s the kitchen store that comes to your door, but only when invited. If you would like to host a kitchen show I will come to your home for a couple of hours in the evening or on a Saturday. I will prepare a delicious dish for you and your friends to enjoy and demonstrate the amazing line of kitchen products that Pampered Chef has to offer-everything from cookware and spatulas to knives and even stoneware! If you love to cook, you will love Pampered Chef. And if you hate to cook, you will love it even more! Pampered Chef products help you save time and put the fun back into cooking. They are kitchen tools that are fun and easy to use.

    In addition to a fun evening with your friends you may enjoy free products, half price items, disounts of as much as 30% for your show and you will continue to receive a 10% discount on products you choose to purchase for a full year. There are also monthly specials exclusively for the host. For the month of July take advantage of a special on Chillzanne products, simply by hosting a show.

    If you have any questions, or if you are interested in hosting a kitchen show please call me. I am now booking for July availability. I look forward to getting to know you and all of our (neighborhood) neighbors!!

    Sincerely,


    Annie (last name)
    xxx-xxxx
     
    Jun 27, 2005
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  2. pamperedmom2owen

    pamperedmom2owen Member

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    Instead of asking them to host w/o meeting you, why not hold a show of your own inviting everyone? That way if they want to book from your show, great. Plus you get a chance to meet everyone. And you can have it at the start of the month! Good luck!
     
  3. AMTC

    AMTC Member Gold Member

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    See that's how new at this I am....I didn't really think to do my own in my own home...duh!!! ;)

    Although, I did have a show recently--kind of a training show that my cluster leader (?) not familiar with all the titles yet) did at my home, but I've got to confess- I didn't really work the neighborhood all that much. Partly because one neighbor was very ill and had an operation and everyone knew, so I felt like the timing wasn't good. She's better now though.

    Thanks for the suggestion!
     
    Jun 28, 2005
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  4. PampMomof3

    PampMomof3 Legend Member Gold Member

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    Annie,

    I think your letter sound great! I agree with pamperedmom2owen about just hosting your own show and going around to invite EVERYONE!! Then those who can't attend, tell them that you'll be going around collecting orders. I think that you'll be fine with 3 kitchen shows! In my first month, I only did one Kitchen shows ($637 in sales) and had two catalog shows that were both $429 in sales. I turned in almost $1500 in sales that month and had some for my reserve bank. Now that I think about it, I still haven't had 3 kitchen shows in a month. I think that I'm doing great~! At your shows, focus on higher-priced items, bake a cake in your skillet pan, really talk about the stoneware and the chopper. I believe in you! You'll do great!!

    By the way, on saturday~I sold 3 Apple/Peeler/Corer/Slicers just by that one lady showing it off! If you have a guest who REALLY LOVES something, have them show it off and not you, the salesperson! It seems to work everytime! Call me if you have any questions! See you at our mtg! ;)
     
    Jun 28, 2005
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