Monty Reed and Stacy Reed

Your Independent Consultant

As many of you know storing food for an emergency or disaster  has become more necessary than ever.  We had been looking for emergency foods and supplies we could use for daily use and for long term storage. 
We found Thrive Life (Formerly Shelf Reliance) and quickly realized this was it!  After sampling the amazing food, as well as realizing there was an opportunity to assist others in preparedness, we were in. 
Our goal is to raise awareness and help individuals, churches, and groups of people be prepared when the inevitable happens.
We live just north of Seattle, WA.
We have two teenage children who also love the food.
Please contact us to set up a demonstration and sample some amazing food for your home, church or office.

We specialize in the "Party by Mail" where we can send you some free samples so you can hosta tasting party.

Monty and Stacy Reed

Our plan is: to be prepared and help our neighborhood, church and community to be prepared so we can all work together in an emergency and THRIVE.
(206) 250-5639 Monty (206) 250-5706 Stacy
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What is the Double Dip

January 9, 2016

What is the Double Dip
The Double Dip is the best way to help encourage party guests to host their own parties. 

If a guest has purchased at a party, then let them know they have a "credit" or double dip with Shelf Reliance when they host their own party.

If they spent, for example, $100 at a party. Then they have $10 in credit toward free product, or 10% of their order, if they host their own party. (This total is derived by the amount of money that person spent BEFORE tax and shipping.)

To qualify for the double dip, the person simply needs to schedule a party with you. 

You will enter their EVENT on the consultant dashboard and be sure to enter the party ID # to the party she attended where she made that $100 purchase. By doing this, the consultant dashboard will be able to find her order and give her the double dip credit for her own party. 

Note: Be sure that the customer uses the same email address for her own party as she did for her order. If it doesn't match, then the double dip will not show on the dashboard. All customers are tracked by their email addresses. They need to remain consistent.

There is no time limit for using a double dip; it doesn't expire! But customers lose interest in hosting a party when a lot of time has passed, so schedule new parties as soon as you take party orders over the phone. 

Simply say: "Would you be interested in hosting your own party? You have a credit/double dip of X amount of $'s to spend on free product when you host your own party."
If they say "no thanks," be sure to follow up with them next month by phone or email.
And be sure you keep up with all your customer this way.

Also, their party doesn't have to be scheduled for the very next week, it can be "penciled" in for a future date and then moved if it has to be. 

The less pressure you put on a customer the better. Nobody likes pressure to buy or host so make it as comfortable as possible. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't ask or follow up!
reposted from Chad and Rachel Manos site 

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