Ind. Avon Sales Rep. & National Leader Lisa Monoson

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85 Ways to find AVON Hostesses, Customers, & Recruits

  1.      Send info to co-worker that has moved

2.      Send info to other reps, or exchange shows

3.      Post a catalog or info in the teacher's lounge at your child's school

4.      Post a catalog or info in the employee lunchroom

5.      Hold an open house

6.      Have a booth at a school fair

7.      Advertise in your alumni newsletter and/or local newspaper

8.      Give a catalog or flyer to a receptionist

9.      Include a wrap or flyer with your bill payments

10.  Call past hostesses

11.  Put a current catalog or wrap in your neighbor's door - include a 10% off coupon

12.  Ask friends to have a show

13.  Advertise in your church bulletin

14.  Host an office party or brunch

15.  Host a show before a PTA meeting

16.  Mail out wraps, catalogs and a wish list

17.  Host your own show, could even be a fundraiser for your favorite charity

18.  Get a list from welcome wagon, new people may be looking for a consultant

19.  Set-up a display at a craft fair and/or flea market

20.  Participate in a school fundraiser

21.  Have your spouse promote the products at work

22.  Have you and your family wear company name products

23.  Hold a Christmas shopping show for men

24.  Offer a Christmas wish list to your guests and then call the gift-giver and tell him what the guest wants

25.  Set-up a display at the mall

26.  Put an "ask me about (company name)" button on your purse or coat

27.  Ask past hostesses at shows to talk about their free products

28.  Hold an opportunity night

29.  Random mailings - open a phone book and choose

30.  Mention hostess half-price items and other benefits at least 3 times per show

31.  Hold up higher priced products and mention half-priced products to encourage bookings

32.  Mention how much your "average" hostess gets in product

33.  At the beginning of your show, mention the hostess goal

34.  Share upcoming specials at shows and during phone calls

35.  Tell your hostess how much she saved by having her show

36.  Encourage frequent customers to regularly plan shows

37.  Encourage hostesses to rebook a show when new catalogs come out

38.  Treat hostesses to a special "Hostess Appreciation Tea"

39.  Encourage relatives to book a show

40.  Call your realtor with suggestions for "new home packages"

41.  Offer to do a cooking class for a local grocery store

42.  Start an email address book of customers who want to know what the monthly specials are, don't forget to mention the hostess specials

43.  Encourage your hostess and guests to refer potential hostesses to you

44.  Offer a bridal registry

45.  Promote a bridal show

46.  Be friendly and enthusiastic

47.  Follow through with every booking lead

48.  Describe and highlight the hostess plan during shows

49.  Ask, ask, ask

50.  Use open-ended questions, especially when dealing with booking concerns

51.  Use your products and recipes at home, office, camping, parties, etc

52.  Read sales, self-improvement and positive thinking books

53.  Call at least 2 potential hostesses every night

54.  Dream and imagine the possibilities

55.  Set goals and review them constantly, post them where you can see them

56.  Ask friends to help you get started or reach a certain goal

57.  Use hostess benefits flyer

58.  Use postcards and/or newsletters to continue to spark interest

59.  Follow-up phone calls to particularly interested guests, they may decide later to have a show

60.  Have the hostess tell why she decided to host a show

61.  Give products as gifts or donations

62.  Smile when talking on the phone

63.  Don't be shy talking about your products or your business

64.  Review orders from past shows - who have bought frequently, etc

65.  Be prepared to answer questions about your work

66.  Write down names of people who "owe you a favor" then follow-up

67.  Call the most familiar people first

68.  Call potential hostesses who postponed or never booked

69.  Spend time everyday working on some aspect of your business

70.  Be willing to SHARE the business opportunity

71.  Call anyone who said "maybe" or "sometime"

72.  Contact schools and church groups for fundraisers

73.  Advertise in football or musical programs

74.  Leave your business cards on bulletin boards or in local businesses

75.  Talk about upcoming specials with everyone

76.  Keep a list of special requests and let those guests know when that product is on sale

77.  Suggest hosting a Christmas shopping without leaving home show

78.  Offer a bonus for hostesses who book on days and/or months you need extra shows

79.  Give extra service and time to good customers, they will be repeat hostesses and potential consultants

80.  Carry a notepad to jot down names as you think of them

81.  Let guests keep a catalog to keep on hand or pass around at work

82.  Give a catalog to your mail carrier

83.  Set up a table at a career fair

84.    Hand out literature and ask at the post office

85.    Advertise on your answering machine - Email

*Ind. Avon Sales Rep. Lisa Monoson Opinions & Trainings from personal experience & gathered representative information over the last 15 years. Sell Avon Online: www.Signupfor15.comBuy Avon : www.yourbeautylady.com