Sunday, November 28, 2010

RECRUIT PROMOTION!!!

Good morning from the cold and snowy Northwest. We have had snow falling for the last three days. We have well over a foot and it kind of makes it tough for driving when the streets and alleys aren't plowed. I am so fortunate, because my step son lives with us and he takes care of all the walks and alley so all of the neighbors and myself can get out of our garages.

Have any of you worked on getting recruits with this new promotion? I sent out an email to every one of my customers and I have had five or six who are interested, but two who have actually signed up. I have two more who said they would sign up on Monday. That just makes me so happy. My very first downline is trying to build her business and she still has $1,500 to go before she makes Supervisor. Once she does that, then I can move up to Manager. I urge all of you to talk to your customers about signing up. They can't get a better deal than this. I told all of my customers, they had nothing to lose. They could sign up, be a hobby demonstrator, or turn it into a business, or do absolutely nothing with it. No matter what, they were getting over $300 worth of product for $87.50. So far the two I have do want to do something with their business. What better way to earn extra money than to have recruits who are selling as well.

Have a terrific day, no matter what the weather is.

Blessings,

Sandy Hill

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

How long has it been

Oh my goodness. I haven't posted in so long. Life just got in the way. I have three card classes a month now, one hostess of the month group that is growing, am signing up three new demonstrators and the icing on this cake is my husband has been in the hospital for the last 19 days. He just got out this morning. I have been going to visit him twice a day for the last 19 days, going to work full time and putting together cards for my card classes. Oh yeah, I did a Christmas card stamp camp that went over so well, the ladies want me to put one together in the spring.

I would love to post some photos of the Christmas card stamp camp cards my ladies made, but need to take pictures first. Maybe in my next post, I can do that.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate that. I hope all of you have a very Happy Thanksgiving. We have so much to be thankful for.

Blessings,

Sandy Hill, Senior Supervisor
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
www.sandyhill.stampinup.net
509-999-3552