I am excited to share with you a company called Initials, Inc., a direct sales company that offers amazing personalized bags, home products, and gifts. One of my favorite things about this company is that everything can be personalized for FREE! Cool, right?
Initials, Inc. recently sent me a black tote bag with my initials stitched in black onto the bag, and I have been taking it everywhere! The bag is the perfect size- not too small (I have four kids, after all!), and not too big. I love the personalization on the front, too.
There are three great ways that you can get started with Initials, Inc.
1- SHOP. Initials, Inc. offers on-trend, high quality products that come in beautiful bright colors and bold prints. And don’t forget, everything can be personalized for FREE!
2- HOST. You can host a party for your friends and receive free and half-priced products!
3- JOIN. You can join and start your own successful business!
Initials, Inc. offers a unique business opportunity for women, plus unlimited earning potential, award winning training, and beautiful products that you will love to represent. New Initials Inc. consultants make an average of $49 per hour, and will earn 25% of everything she sells! Most creative partners are able to pay for their starter kit after throwing just one party, and can earn $585 worth of FREE products and services in their first 90 months through SMART START.
The founders of Initials, Inc. are sisters who were new mothers who chose to give up their careers to start their families, but still wanted a creative outlet and a chance to use their business skills. The company started in 2005 as a small embroidery and monogramming business, and has since become a multi-million dollar business with over 10,000 consultants, and has received a DSA/ETHOS Award for Salesforce Development. You are part of a team with Initials, Inc., and will be on your way to a great success as a consultant with their innovative iMap, Smart Start, and iRewards programs.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Initials, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine.