A. The hostess gets to model jewelry for the guests
B. The director gets to take a break and sit down.
C. The guests get to add selections to their wish list.
D. The director gets a better idea who might book a show.
A. Go ahead and write up their order.
B. Build their wish lists
C. Circle what they want in the catalog.
D. Sit down if they are finished shopping.
A. A mirror
B. Shopping guides
C. A timer
E. All of the above
A. Ask the hostess if she has something the guest can borrow to wear.
B. Ask the guest to put on her jacket.
C. Ignore that guest because she has bad taste anyway,
D. Help her find just the right thing to complement what she is wearing.
A. Have her call her husband to see if he can babysit longer
B. Tell her that she should call you tomorrow with her order.
C. See if you can at least have her finish up her wish list.
D. Have the hostess talk her out of leaving.
A. Show it, but keep it separate
B. Mix it in with the regular jewelry
C. Leave it until the end of the show
D. Don’t show it; just have pictures in a picture frame.
A. Start writing up the absentee orders
B. Straighten up the jewelry table.
C. Be with the guests and listen!
D. Try to recruit the hostess.
A. Pick out her own free jewelry and her half-price items.
B. Get the refreshments ready to serve.
C. Start wrapping up your jewelry rollers.
D. Encourage the guests to continue selecting jewelry
A. Make their jewelry selections quickly
B. Try on jewelry and build their Wish List.
C. Let you know they want to join Park Lane.
D. Be ready to order as soon as possible.
A. Sort of like a Black Friday shopping sale.
B. Bargain day at Target
C. A catalog shopping experience
D. Little girls playing dress up.