A. Put jewelry on the guests as they arrive at the show
B. Unroll the rollers, showing one ensemble one at a time.
C. Lay out all of the jewelry on a table before the guests arrive
D. Display the jewelry under a table cloth until the presentation of the jewelry
A. Arrange the jewelry on trays for display purposes.
B. Use the Park Lane boxes that came with the jewelry to safely transport the jewelry
C. Use the Park Lane rollers to transport your jewelry
D. Doesn’t matter how you carry the jewelry; just don’t forget it!
A. Group the ensembles together using a color or jewelry-type theme.
B. Put all the necklaces in one roller, bracelets in another, earrings in the third and so on.
C. Organize the rollers in price brackets
D. Put the jewelry in alphabetical order.
A. Take as much as you can fit in the trunk of your car!
B. It’s best to have all your jewelry available so you have what the customers want!
C. Select 50 or so of the most popular items and vary them from show to show.
D. Just take a couple of items and let everyone shop from catalogs!
A. Tuck a note in each roller indicating the names of the items in each roller
B. Tag each item of jewelry with the name of the item written on the tag
C. Group your jewelry in rollers that contain jewelry of similar colors and styles.
D. Bring new rollers containing new selections to each of the bookings from an original show.
A. Let your hostess select the jewelry for her guests.
B. Give the guests each something to model as they arrive at the show.
C. As the guest arrive, be thinking about which ensemble would complement their style and color of clothing.
D. Let the guests select what they would like to model.
A. The order blank makes it too much like just buying jewelry.
B. The guest won’t really know the details of the customer buying plan at that point in the show.
D. All of the above!
A. Hand out copies of the Five Star Hostess Plan to each guest.
B. Subtly mention booking & recruiting benefits throughout each part of the show.
C. Go through the “Realize Your Best” booklet with the guests.
D. Tell the guests how much you will make tonight
A. Give a brief summary, without too much detail and demonstrate the power of the sale once you have the guest’s completed wish list.
B. Have a sign on the jewelry table that gives examples of the savings.
C. Hand out examples of different orders showing savings.
D. Have jewelry groupings on the table showing what a guest can get for $12.
A. Bring your jewelry!
B. Have guests model!
C. Honor your hostess!
D. Make the show FUN!
E. All of the above!