Home Party Presentations
Worried about giving a presentation at a
home party? Well Don't!!
Your presentation is basically yours sales pitch to promote how great your opportunity is, and how your products can benefit your guests by making their lives easier, healthier, happier, etc.
Your presentations should start after all the guest have arrived and settled down. If you choose to play a party game you can then lead in to your presentation from there. If you opt not to play any party games, you may want to tell your hostess to announce you are about to begin if the guests are a bit "chatty", and need some direction.
You should start by introducing yourself, and tell a brief story on why you chose to get involved with your direct sales company. This is also the time I like to pass out a company brochure and order forms.
You should then begin to tell about your products, and simultaneously pass each product around after its introduction. Guests love a hands on presentation.
When you are done with the actual product presentations, ask if there are any questions about the products. You should then begin to discuss the opportunity for the guests to become hostesses themselves, and the benefits for doing so.
Give your guests some time to look over the products
and fill out their order forms! Your presentation is over, now its
time to collect your money! After your presentation,
consider having a prize drawing to get even more leads -
Getting Leads through Drawings
After your presentation, consider having a prize drawing to get even more leads - Getting Leads through Drawings
Presentations for Profits by Christie Northrup
If you want more home party bookings in your book, this is the book you need! Christie Northrup, The Lemon Aid Lady™, has spent a lifetime perfecting the strategies and techniques for booking and holding home-party presentations. In Presentations for Profit$, you’ll learn dozens of methods on how to book more demonstrations and recruit more hostesses through creative preparation, presentation, recognition, and follow-through.