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post #1 of 12
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Has anyone had or heard of Dove Chocolate Parties? I was interested in maybe doing these parties. When I looked at the catalog everything looked good but the prices! If anyone knows about the parties or sells it let me know please.
post #2 of 12
I have heard of dove at home. It sounds wonderful. I talked to a girl about dove a few months back. It is a new company, which is greta b/c it is new, ground breaking opportunities. I don't sell with dove, but I do sell with a direct sales company. The customers will pay the prices, so I really don't think that should be a huge issue. If it is a product that they really like and can only get from a home party you will be golden.

The only thing I thought was low was the % you got from your show sales and would have to make food and clean up.

I would also check the prices of catalogs and all the supplies, renewal fees? some companies have these, if you are charged for processing credit cards, and how you can advertise.

Good luck with your dession!
post #3 of 12
I don't know anything about it but a brief blurb. However, like you saw, I felt the prices seemed a bit high, which I couldn't figure out because...isn't Dove Chocolate a brand you can get at grocery and drug stores?

However, if the home party brand is superior to that, and more in line, quality-wise, with Godiva, then the home parties could be a lot of fun!
post #4 of 12
I don't personally know anything about it, but I just wanted to mention that in this months Parents magazine they had an article about these money making party jobs and Dove Chocolate Sales was one of the companies mentioned. I would think that a magazine like Parents wouldn't talk about something that wasn't reputable. I just glanced at the article since I was at the library with my two girls, but I want to say that the SAHM interviewed pulled in about $500 a month, so it didn't seem all that bad.
post #5 of 12
I saw the article in the Parents magazine also. It looks like a lot of fun. I checked out the web site but did not see the pricing for the items. Selling chocolate would be a fun way to make some extra money. My DH works long hours so it would be hard to plan parties around his schedule.
post #6 of 12
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Thanks for all the input. I think I have decided to give it a try. I live in a small town and was worried about prices. Just 30 mintues away is a big city (big potential)and lot people make good money in that area. So why not give it a try.
post #7 of 12
first I ever heard of it was in the Parents magazine too. Maybe they will start to catch on soon. I sure would love to go to one!!
post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by kwhitley View Post

Thanks for all the input. I think I have decided to give it a try. I live in a small town and was worried about prices. Just 30 mintues away is a big city (big potential)and lot people make good money in that area. So why not give it a try.

Let us know how it goes and all the particulars. Seems like there are lots of ladies interested but they just need some more info.

Good Luck!
post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by kwhitley View Post

Has anyone had or heard of Dove Chocolate Parties? I was interested in maybe doing these parties. When I looked at the catalog everything looked good but the prices! If anyone knows about the parties or sells it let me know please.

Did you end up signing up to become a chocolatier? If not I would love to talk to you about the opportunity, I am a chocolatier myself And I absolutely LOVE it! Right now is the perfect time to join with the holidays coming up and there are not many chocolatiers around so you are getting in at a ground floor opportunity.
post #10 of 12
I am a Senior Team Leader and would love to answer any questions you might have I have been with the company a year now and was the 1st rep in the state of Michigan.

there products that we sell are ONLY available from the Home party plan. We dont sell the candy bars (like in the store) but do sell Dove Chocolate and items all made with Dove Chocolate.
Parents magazine this month does have a piece of Dove.

I have never been happier in a company and am having the time of my life with DCD.
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