There are some people out there that are visual learners, so this is a great way to show them the benefits to being a hostess.
You start by either asking your hostess to stand up or you can pick one of the guests. Maybe you want to ask for volunteers. Either way, you need someone to come up and help you.
Start by thanking them for coming up, get their name, and ask them if they have considered having a party. If they say no, you can say why not? Do you realize how much stuff you can earn for free? Chances are they will say no, they don’t. You then proceed to tell them that you are going to show them.
“This is what my hostess gets, just for having a party. This is without sales or anything, no strings attached” and place the hostess gift in their hand.
“Now, when my hostess gets to (bottom level for benefits) she is going to get X of free product” Add this to her hand.
“But, that’s the bare minimum. My hostess average is Y so therefore, you are going to get even more!” Pile that onto her arm. If your average is quite a bit higher than company average, you may want an extra step in here to show what company average gets and what your hostess gets.
“Don’t forget, when your sales get to Z level, you get an extra A or you get discounted B product”. Continue piling up her arms.
Do a summary at the end.
“Do you see everything in Jane’s arms? That product is worth C but Jane got it all for free for inviting me into her home and showing you this product!”
“Do you see everything in Jane’s arms? That product is worth C but Jane got it all for $10 for inviting me into her home and showing you this product!”
This presentation has to be modified for your program, but you get the idea. Customize it to fit the wording you are comfortable with and your program, but it can be a highly effective presentation.
Note: Figure out the items before hand, I don’t know about you, but my math skills aren’t that great on the fly!