Every year, thousands of moms quit their jobs to concentrate on parenting. However, even with a job as full-time moms, there is still that urge to be financially independent. Therefore, you will find many of them scanning the internet for opportunities to earn money without giving up on their full-time mom jobs. If you have been in such a situation, you might have noticed that becoming a wine guide for The Traveling Vineyard keeps on being suggested. If you don’t know what it is all about, please let me enlighten you.
The Traveling Vineyard is a multi-level wine marketing company owned by Rick Libby. It provides you with the perfect opportunity to work at your own convenience. This also means that you have optimal control over the revenues that you get.
So, how does this work? If you are interested in becoming a wine guide, you need to start by making an application to the company. After being verified, you will be linked with a leader within or near your region. This leader is the person you turn to for answers to any question that you might have concerning the business. Also, if you have time, you can attend their wine tasting party and have a real idea of what that is like.
Cost Versus Revenues
To start, you will buy a success kit, which costs $99. The success kit contains marketing brochures, order forms, wine glasses and decanters, a carrying bag and 10 glasses of wine. You will also need to two tasting sets, costing $75 each, for your first two parties. The reason behind purchasing two sets is to ensure that you don’t run out, just in case. Also, after three months, you will need to pay a monthly fee of $15.99 which goes towards the maintenance of your personal website.
If you sell $150 or more and get more than three orders, at any event, you get $75 credit for your next purchase. Also, you get a $50 rebate if you have made $1,400 during your first two months, meaning that with effort you can earn $125 back. Also, you get 20% commission on all the company products. This in addition to the 15-35% commission on your sales.
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