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Old 02-04-2013, 08:41 AM
JenFongSpeaks JenFongSpeaks is offline
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Originally Posted by razorbackmama View Post
Interesting article, and I've noticed similar things. So I've started to make sure my parties are more of a party and less of a sales pitch, and I make sure I'm offering something of value in my presentation, not just a sales pitch. Hostess coaching is key too. The hostess has to stress the fun, not the product!

We do need to keep in mind that Jen Fong's expertise is in social media, not parties. That influences her opinion on this, I'm sure.
Hi Razorbackmama,
Just wanted to let you know that I actually do have quite a bit of experience with parties. I work with Luce, Murphy, Fong and Associates helping companies create and launch, which includes writing and evaluating their parties. I conduct parties myself on a regular basis as part of this work. In addition, I was CEO of a party plan direct selling company for several years, and had much experience with the party from that aspect as well.

I hope this is helpful!

Jennifer Fong
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