Moved to a New Location…Home & Garden Party offering service to Orlando.
Casselberry, FL May 22, 2004 -- Anna Andriotto's Home & Garden Party business has recently moved operations to Casselberry, Florida, a northern suburb of Orlando. Home & Garden Party has created enormous opportunities for many single mothers, working women, and at-home moms to create extra income for their household. This new location will allow my business to continually grow and offer training to those who want to succeed in the Home & Garden Party family of designers.
Home & Garden Party was founded in 1996 on the Christian principles of honesty, integrity and service to others. Steve and Penny Carlile, founders, wanted to help women earn extra income around their family or current job by incorporating Home & Garden Party into their personal lifestyle. Home & Garden Party is the first party plan to reach $100 million in sales in its first 5 years of business. A stable, debt-free company, Home & Garden Party is looking for Independent Contractors ("Designer") to premiere their exclusive product line.
Anna Andriotto, a Designer and Fundraiser Director, joined the company in January of 2004. Through sharing the Home & Garden Party opportunity and helping other women, Anna is now able to work from home and earn the kind of income most women only dream possible. Home & Garden Party Designers are independent contractors who schedule their own hours and earn 30%-40% in personal commissions plus override commissions, sponsor bonuses, possible Infinity bonuses and affordable health benefits. Designers also enjoy the opportunity to earn prizes, cash awards and trips.
You owe it to yourself to check out this once in a lifetime, ground floor opportunity to be one of first in your area to premiere our new product line as a Hostess or Designer. Call toll free at 800-503-4120 or visit Anna's website at www.myHGPlady.com for more information.
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