I love a deal. My four favorite words are free gift with purchase. And one of the reasons I love Origami Owl® so much is you can get free jewelry easy and NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. How’s that possible? Through our hostess rewards program.
Origami Owl is a social selling business, and we utilize a party model. I don’t know why people get so stressed out when they hear the word party. Parties are meant to be fun, y’all. And my parties definitely are.
There are two different types of parties; in-home and Facebook. Both have benefits and drawbacks, and both can score you some free bling!
Your place or mine?
In-home parties last about an hour and a half at a hostess’ home. She invites all of her girlfriends over, we have a little snack, maybe an adult beverage or two and play with jewelry. The in-home party allows you and your guests to really get to know the product by touching it and playing with the charms and lockets and gives you facetime (not the app!) with your girlfriends.
Meet me online!
A Facebook party is roughly 90 minutes of live interaction held on Facebook. It is highly-interactive and fast-paced. The benefits of a Facebook party are you don’t have to clean your house (big win!), you can invite as many people as you want (I’m talking to you, Betty Socialite who lives in a one bedroom apartment and has 900 friends), and you can literally host the party from anywhere you have an internet connection.
You had me at free!
Just for hosting and bringing her friends together, the hostess gets free jewelry. My last Facebook party hostess was able to order $136.15 Origami Owl jewelry and it cost her nothing, just for spending 90 minutes on a Sunday night hanging out on Facebook. (And she was going to be there anyway!)
Origami Owl also offers a Hostess Exclusive item, a limited edition item that cannot be purchased, each quarter. And seriously, the exclusive items rock!
Hosting an Origami Owl jewelry bar (fancy pants way of saying party) is a great way to get free jewelry you can use for gifts or to add or start your personal collection. Ready to party? Let me know.