Our Avon lady is a man he comes rain or shine and is totally reliable. I don’t think he gets asked if he uses the products but I know he has a large clientele in the area, and gets regular orders from them. And the ladies of the village are quite proud of their Avon Man
I think it is hard to sell Avon anyway. I was an Avon rep for about a year and gave it up. My area (and friends and family) brought loads at first but the novelty wore off pretty quickly. I was struggling to make minimum order pretty much every campaign. I tried plenty of special offers, gave free samples and gifts (as well as the deals Avon advertised), but people just weren't interested. I think that the bottom line is that Avon products aren't that cheap. Bodycare, and supermarkets often do much better deals. Or maybe my problem is that I am not a hot male?
As much as I moan though, I love Avon products and still order them from their online shop (hehe). Just don't get my discount anymore
I sold Avon for close on 3 years, and did very well with it. It's all about service service service. It was a very part time thing for me, yet I was outselling many reps that had been selling for far longer.
My secret? Glycerine hand cream with me wherever I went. Meet someone new, squeeze some into the person's hand, leave a brochure.
The call WILL come.
And although I use(d) the products, I generally come across as a bit scruffy, but so what?
What beauty products does everyone use? I am an Avon representative and I use Avon products. I was wondering what everyone else uses. I was wondering if there are other beauty products that are more...