Monday, January 10, 2011

Last month for Fall and Winter Products

Happy New Year!

This is my first post of the New Year, and things are changing every day. First of all, I want to thank everyone who has supported me throughout this past year. It has been a year of ups and downs for me both professional and personally. First of all on a personal note, I gain a nephew. He is as cute as can be, and his father and mother (my brother and future Sister in Law) did not give him a very obnoxious name, and he was born on one of my late uncles' birthday, Willie Jeffrey Logan. My nephew's name is Sidney Leon Logan III, after my father and brother. Leon III Is now 4 months old and trying figure out this world we live in.

On the business side, I gained a new business, and Longaberger is growing strong, adding new products every season. I had a chance to see a sneak a peek into the Spring/summer line, and you are going to like what you see. It all starts February 1st. So you know what that means: the Fall/Winter products are going away. Some are staying, just shedding their fall and winter coats for new spring and summer colors, while others are retiring for good. In both cases, if you have not gotten any of these products, but you still would like to purchase, please visit my website, Many of these products could be on sell as little as 50-60% off the retail price.

Becoming a Longaberger consultant: I also would like to offer you the opportunity, as little as $19 to become a Longaberger consultant. You might want to become a new Consultant if the following things occur in your daily routine:

1. The smell of new baskets gets you excited.

2. You bulldoze the mailman just to see if the latest issue has arrived from your consultant.

3. You wish you can go to the convention.

4. You have the perfect place to put the latest basket.

5. You start hiding your new baskets from your spouse, and they ask if it is new, you tell them that it has been around for a while.

6. You start giving your children new names, such as sage, Paprika, and Splint

7. You know the history of the company inside and out.

8. You start planning your vacation around key Longaberger events.

9. Your consultant gives you a gold star for having the most orders in a month.

10. Tami Longaberger is a rock star to you.

11. Your consultant cannot thank you enough for helping him or her make top seller of the whole convention.

12. Your consultant do not want to lose you, because you made them top seller of the whole convention, when you decide to become a consultant, but he or she will not, because:

You decided to join their team.

OK, I am now being serious. If you are looking to do something new and exciting, make new friends, have a goal like paying off credit cards or taking that vacation to Maui, and you show one of the signs mentioned above, you should become a consultant. If you are any social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn to name a few), that is even better, because you can announce up and coming sales, your open houses and home shows that are coming up on your page, and gain new customers. The website is yours and is free. Have fun with your business can be fun, and who says that hard work cannot be fun and exciting. I love my business, and it has open so many doors. Sell at a craft show or online. If you are ready to take the plunge, go to my link to the right, and click to my website. The possibilities are great, and no monthly or quarterly quotas to meet.

Have fun this year, and as Oprah says, “Make this you best life.” God Bless you, and I will talk to you later.

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