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Monday, August 30, 2010
1. How did Thirty-One come to be?
No one can explain this better than our Founder and President, Cindy Monroe. Click HERE to read the story in her own words.
2. What are the benefits of being a Thirty-One Consultant?
The most obvious benefit of being a consultant is that you receive 25% commission on your product sales. As you progress through the career path, you have the opportunity to earn even more commission, bonuses, and trips. You also have the benefit of purchasing all Thirty-One products at 25% off. In a broader sense, Thirty-One gives you the ability to make your own hours, realize the dream of owning your own business, help others realize their dreams, and experience financial freedom! Please contact me at email@example.com for more detailed information and career path information.
3. What are the benefits of being a hostess for Thirty-One?
The benefits of being a hostess include free products, half-price items, and additional discounts. In addition, there is a hostess special each month that offers you even greater incentives to hosting your own party! Being a Thirty-One hostess is fun!If you would like more specifics, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to send you the hostess flier with all of the details!
4. Where does the name “Thirty-One” come from?
The name “Thirty-One” comes from Proverbs 31 which talks about a virtuous woman.
10 It is hard to find a good wife, because she is worth more than rubies. 11 Her husband trusts her completely. With her, he has everything he needs. 12 She does him good and not harm for as long as she lives. 13 She looks for wool and flax and likes to work with her hands. 14 She is like a trader’s ship, bringing food from far away. 15 She gets up while it is still dark and prepares food for her family and feeds her servant girls. 16 She inspects a field and buys it, With money she earned, she plants a vineyard. 17 She does her work with energy, and her arms are strong. 18 She knows that what she makes is good. Her lamp burns late into the night. 19 She makes thread with her hands and weaves her own cloth. 20 She welcomes the poor and helps the needy…25 She is strong and respected by the people. She looks forward to the future with joy. 26 She speaks wise words and teaches others to be kind. 27 She watches over her family and never wastes her time 28 Her children speak well of her. Her husband also praises her, 29 saying , “There are many fine women, but you are better than all of them.”
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