Move over Tupperware! There’s a new direct sales company in town, and that company is Traveling Vineyard. Like other direct sales companies, Traveling Vineyard works off the premise of in home parties. Someone hosts a party, invites a bunch of people, those people sample the product, and hopefully buy it, and then host their own party, and so on.
In this case, the product is quality wine that you can taste in your home rather than at a vineyard, with no pressure to buy. Traveling Vineyard, however, has several things that set it apart from other direct sales companies.
First, they have a low buy in for consultants. For the low start-up fee of $189, you receive everything you need to get started hosting parties and selling wine in what the company calls a “Success Kit.” This kit includes enough wine and accessories for your first two events and the company will replenish these supplies for no additional charge as long as consultants host qualifying parties. There are no hidden monthly membership fees or mandatory sales minimums for consultants either.
In addition to low buy in and no hidden fees, another way Traveling Vineyard stands out from the competition is by not requiring consultants to have on hand inventory. The consultants job is simply to market the wine. The company will handle storage and shipping. Between all that and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, Traveling Vineyard is a great company to join or buy from.
One of the best things about Traveling Vineyard is that it does not require any in depth knowledge of wine in order to be successful as a consultant. They will provide you with all the education you need to get selling. A quick glance at their Facebook page shows how happy people are both as consultants and customers for them. Their page has over 33,000 “likes” and every post has positive comments and multiple “shares.” If you love wine and are looking for a way to work from home, or maybe just make some extra money while doing something you enjoy, this is the company for you.
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