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    Pampered Chef

    Anyone here familiar with the Pampered Chef products? Any feedback good or bad? I'm thinking of becoming a consultant to earn extra money. I'd appreciate any opinions. Thanks in advance.
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    Re: Pampered Chef

    Ha my mom just sent me an e-mail asking if I wanted any PS products

    I love them! They're pricey but great! I love their little chopper thing (and almost stole my mom's when I was there in Nov - I bought it for her, back when I live there) I asked her if she still used it and she said she used it a lot. (Or I woulda taken it!)

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    I got a bunch of that stuff as gifts, and I really can't tell you that it is better than my Target gear. I think they have good name recognition, but I am no expert with their stuff.

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    Multilevel marketing programs are a great way to learn and develop sales skills. If they offer sales meetings, go to them.

    As far as the products, haven't ever bought them, but they looked pretty good.

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    I love my Pampered Chef stuff!

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    My wife's friend sells this stuff. The products are good. Selling them looks like a tough gig, but you get nice discounts on the products. We own about 40 pieces.
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    Re: Pampered Chef

    I actually tried working for them. They offer great products and great support for their sales people. It didn't work out for me, mostly because I don't like (and this may be lame) calling people all the time to try and set up parties, confirming parties, following up with parties, etc. I took the chance and tried it out though, and it was worth it, if just to get the products for myself! The selling part was really easy for me because I had also worked for Crate and Barrel, so I knew I could sell kitchen stuff.

    I have a friend who is doing Southern Living parties and doing really, really well and already has several recruits under her. She's a really bubbly person, so it's perfect for her. It is what you make of it and you decide how much time to put into the business.
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    Re: Pampered Chef

    I love pampered chef stuff. A good friend of mine is a consultant and she does pretty good at it. You need to know people in order to get started at parties. Good luck with it!

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    I love the cooking stone!! That thing is awesome. But yes...very pricey
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    Re: Pampered Chef

    The Pampered Chef stuff can be a bit on the expensive side, but I do like the items that I have. I was a Partylite consultant once, but it wasn't for me. You have to be a specific type of person, and I'm not that type of person.

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    Yep. I found myself wishing for a business manager to handle the non-fun parts for me and then I could just show up and do the 'show" part.
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    Re: Pampered Chef

    Thanks again everyone for your comments, I really do appreciate it. Mice Chat people are the best.
    As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    I have bought lots of Pampered Chef products in the past, including a great pizza stone and a stone baking loaf. I also have some of their kitchen gadgets, which are good, but not as high quality as the stonewear.

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogberto View Post
    I have bought lots of Pampered Chef products in the past, including a great pizza stone and a stone baking loaf. I also have some of their kitchen gadgets, which are good, but not as high quality as the stonewear.

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    Re: Pampered Chef

    I love PC stuff. I used to help a lady who sold PC and I would go to the parties with her and help demonstrate and clean up etc. She would then give me the free stuff she already had. My favorites are the Chopper (great stress reliever) and the Garlic Press - it's so great!

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