Seasons Meetings: December is a Great Month for a Reliv Business

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Reliv's Don Gibbons

 

By Senior VP of US Sales Don Gibbons

Many people will do more volume in December than any other month this year. But how can that be? There is so much going on this month. Christmas parties, holiday gatherings, office lunches, family dinners, shopping… when is there time for your Reliv business?

That’s just it – all of these meetings and activities can lead to more business. We see more people during December than any other month all year long. All we need to do is add this phrase to every conversation: “How are you?” Every time you ask that question, you will be asked the same question in return. And when we answer something like this: “I’m feeling better than I have in years” or “I’m feeling fantastic now,” it will lead to more questions. People will want to know why and you’ll have an opportunity to get the Reliv conversation started.

You may be at a party or special function and you may want to set up a presentation for later. That’s always fine… especially this year. Why?

This December Has 33 Days!

Forget the 12 days of Christmas or 31 days in the month of December. At Reliv, our December calendar has 33 days. That’s right… we’re extending December business to include Sunday, January 1 and Monday, January 2! You may be at a New Year’s party, make a connection and reconnect on Monday, January 2 to finish a presentation. This business you do still counts for December and that means one more opportunity at earning our trip to Cancun in April!

In all my years at Reliv, I can’t remember another December like this. Mark your calendar and plan your December with these two extra days. Make this your December to remember!

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