2/27/2011 Edited to Add:
See my latest post on the bamboopink opportunity here.
Bamboo pink is growing like gangbusters and it hasn’t even been publically announced yet. Don’t hesitate and miss out on this ground floor opportunity.
No cost, no obligation….just opportunity!
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Take a look at my Bamboopink Blog for the latest information!
Take a look at this fantastic opportunity and contact me for more information!
Those of you who read my blog will realize that this isn’t my typical kind of post.
I was always fascinated when I would read about the “Mary Kay Millionaires”, or those women who were some of the first consultants who signed on with Mary Kay. Being one of the first consultants in a successful multi-level-marketing organization could be a great place to be.
I’ve just heard about a new company called bamboopink. I don’t yet know if this will be one of those opportunities, but what I hear so far sounds promising enough for me to sign up.
bamboopink is a new fashionable, yet affordable ($19 - $200) jewelry line made and designed by JudeFrances , a famous, high-end designer whose current line is sold in upscale department stores like Neiman Marcus, and is worn by Oprah and many other celebrities. The line consists of traditional jewelry pieces (necklaces, earrings, bracelets, etc) as well as iPhone/iPad covers, sunglasses and the like. JudeFrances is planning a national press release announcing the launch of bamboo pink in the very near future.
Analysts are already speculating that bamboo pink will be the fastest growing women’s internet start-up company in history. The company has a cutting-edge business model, and the jewelry will be sold through consultants on personal websites and through “virtual” jewelry parties and home trunk shows. You don't have to host parties (unless you want to), and you don't have to buy inventory to keep in stock at your house.
When you sign up you get a free personal website (mine is www.bamboopink.net/Carolyn) that the company uses to track people that sign up through you.
You can preview the business for free…..just an OPPORTUNITY to take a “sneak peek” at this company, watch it unveil, and decide if it’s something you want to be a part of. You can walk away at any time if you decide you aren’t interested!
If you choose to sign up, I can e-mail you more details, including sample letters that you can send to your contacts so you can start building your own team.
What do you think? Have you ever signed up for a direct marketing company?