Pampered Chef Reviews-or Is It Pampered

UnCategorized The Pampered Chef name brand is so popular that almost half a million people search for information about it every month. That doesn’t even count the almost 3000 people every month who search for Pampered Chief (smile). What is that, a spoiled Indian? Pampered Chef Reviews -History and Leadership I didnt really know much about this company until I decided to do this review. That’s not unusual for me because the extent of my interest in the kitchen amounts to walking in, opening the fridge door and standing there staring inside for a couple of minutes. Sometimes my search is fruitful, sometimes not. I certainly didn’t know it has been around for as long as it has. It was founded in 1980 by a lady named Doris Christopher who serves as the Chairman Emeritus today. Doris was an educator, home economist and mother who was bummed out about the lack of decent cooking tools in most home kitchens. So she started Pampered Chef by taking advantage of her natural abilities which included food preparation techniques and teaching. She gathered a collection of what she considered to be mandatory tools for the home kitchen and did in-home cooking demonstrations. She labeled them Cooking Shows. Pampered Chef Reviews- Products If you were looking for me to list all of the Pampered Chef Products in this small space, fuhget about it (smile). There is a shipload of them. But some of the categories are Bakeware, Bamboo Collection, Cookbooks, Cookware, Cookware Tools, Cutlery and on and on and, well, you get the idea. I must say also that they are very proud of their products there. It’s not unusual for network marketing company products to be on the higher end of the price scale. Most are very high end products and deserve to be priced the way that they are and it kind of gives you the idea that customers of the Pampered Chef really are very pampered. My wife is a, how shall we put it, uhhh, a very frugal shopper. If she looked at some of the prices she’d say WHAT, $36 for a muffin tin? I don’t think so. God bless her (smile). I’m sure their products are top of the line though and you can’t be cheap in everything you do, right? You do get what you pay for most of the time. Moving on. Pampered Chef Reviews- Consultants One thing that I almost always check when I’m doing mlm company reviews is whether or not the company lets you sign up or buy products without benefit to a current rep. I’m happy to say Pampered Chef, not Pampered Chief (smile), does things the right way. They do make sure that a consultant, as they call them, gets credit. To get started as a consultant you need to go through a consultant or, at least, have their information handy if you sign up online. You can get started by buying either a New Consultant Kit for $159 or a New Consultant Mini Kit for $80. If your interest continues beyond this review you can fairly easily find a consultant by going through the website or calling the company for all of the information you need. If you decide you want to join up with Pampered Chef you can make a few extra duckets by doing the company recommended party plan or Cooking Shows. But whether you sign up with this company or any other network marketing company and you have big dreams and a great big and important "why" then you will need to attract a lot more people than just family and friends around the neighborhood. You will need, no, you MUST get connected to a proven attraction marketing system. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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