How to Throw a Great Avon Party

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You can throw an Avon party and turn buying cosmetics and other items into a fun event for you and your friends. Follow these steps to set it up.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Avon Representative
  • Venue
  • Refreshments

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Contact your local Avon representative, if you don't already have one, you can get a list of reps in your area by visiting the Avon website and doing a search by your zip code.

  2. 2

    Compile a list of friends and acquaintances to invite to the party using the 20 percent rule. Twenty percent of the people you invite will show up, so over invite to compensate and expect a good turnout.

  3. 3

    Meet with the Avon representative to map out a plan for the party. Decide which of you will send out invites and follow up with people for RSVP's. The representative will also talk with you about what they offer for their host discount and any ideas for a possible theme.

  4. 4

    Send out invites two weeks before the party to give people time to look at their calendars.

  5. 5

    Call those on your invite list that haven't yet sent you an RSVP, to see if they are coming. Do this three days before the party

  6. 6

    Consult with the Avon representative that is doing your party to give them the approximate count of people and see if there is anything left that you need to do.

Tips and warnings

  • Make sure to have enough seating and an open space for everyone to be comfortably.
  • Make sure that your pets are kept away from the party guest.
  • While beverages are nice don't waste money on refreshments or snacks. People aren't there to eat, they are there for the Avon.

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