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    Default The Body Shop AT Home???

    Am considering becoming a consultant to do Body Shop. Just wondering if any other Hubbers have done it, and would they recommend it? Thanks

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    Would that be similar to how companies like Avon etc sell? Or amway?

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    Hi SAgirl, yep it's party plan, so you go to people's homes and do parties to sell their products. I think I'm going to sign up, just wanted peoples opinions before I parted with my cash!!!

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    I have a friend who is a body shop consultant and she does pretty good. I think their returns are a lot better than other party plan corporations. I think that if you have the ability to book the parties you will be ok. Everybody knows how good body shop products are.

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    I did this a few years ago and my advice is don't do it! Am on my phone so won't write it all now . For me it was a combination of how much work went in aside from the parties and I relised the whole party plan thing is not for me. I'm a nurse and there is a reason I'm not in retail.!

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    I did it a couple of yrs ago and am happy to answer any qs you have if you want to pm me. If you put in the work you will do well but it is a lot of work.

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    ck2b, what didn't you like about it? My main concern is getting parties, as I have a very limited friend/social circle.


 

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