I collect cute handbags. I think a lot of women do (along with shoes), and the next perfect handbag is probably always on our radar. They are also a great gift idea, especially if you pick out a classic style that is always in fashion. Personalizing gifts gives that extra touch, and Initials is a company that not only offers many styles of hangbags, travel cases, storage caddies and organizational products, laptop and lunch cases, kitchen items and gifts for him, but they personalize them, so the recipient knows this was picked out just for them.
Amazing personalized bags and gift items- and all personalization is free!
I’d like to introduce you to Initials, Inc, a fast growing direct sales company that offers trendy, stylish personalized bags, home products and gifts. Their products are high quality and perfect for everyone, and everything can be personalized- free. The colors and pattern options make them a fit for anyone, and you can even accessorize all your pretty new items with matching accessories such as key fobs, scarves, and wallets.
Make money at home with Initials, Inc
Many women are looking for ways to make money at home, but unlike candles (you can only have so many) and cosmetics (who wants to buy before they try when it comes to makeup?), and other home business options, the creative partners of Initials, Inc will be selling a product that women want and can’t have enough of- beautiful handbags, stylish luggage, pretty organizing products!
So whether you decide to shop Initials, Inc for yourself, host a party to receive free and 1/2 priced products while introducing your girlfriends to this at home business idea, or join yourself to make your own income, there is a place for you. If you decide to join as a creative partner and sell Initials, Inc products for extra income on the side, or as your full time, work-from-home job, you will be provided with award-winning training, personal development opportunities, and a high-quality, on-trend product line that you will be proud to represent.
Initials, Inc. Consultant Fast Facts:
$49 an hour: On average what a NEW Creative Partner earns in her Initials, Inc. business.
25%: Sales percentage a NEW Creative Partner earns on everything she sells!
ONE: The number of parties it takes most Creative Partners to pay for their Starter Kit.
$585: Amount of FREE products and services you can earn in your first 90 days through SMART START.
iRewards for you and your family. From electronics to trips of a lifetime, you can earn it for FREE through your business.
Britney Vickery and Ivy Hall are sisters and the founders of Intials, Inc. Like many of us, they were new moms who stopped working to focus on their family, but needed a creative outlet for all their talents and ideas (sound familiar?). They began Initials, Inc as an embroidery and monogramming business in 2005, and it’s grown into a multi-million dollar business sensation with over 10,000 consultants, a spot on the Inc. 500/5000 America’s Fastest Growing Private Company list for two years straight, and recepient of a DSA ETHOS Award for Salesforce Development (that is the part where they work with you- they really want you to succeed)
The bag featured here is the camel barrel, one of their signature pieces, featuring arm or shoulder straps, protective metal feet, an aqua lining, and a name plate on the side. It’s neutral, stylish, can pretty much be work with anything, and is light and roomy- perfect for me. Their logo is embossed with on the zipper, and it comes with a dust rag, embroidered intial or initials in the font and colors of your choice, and optional accessories. It’s only $68, and as a creative partner you would earn 25% of it for an item that would complete many wardrobes well.
Interested in becoming a creative partner? You can sell these stylish and trendy bags to friends, families, and anyone who is looking for affordable and beautiful bags, travel and office gear, and organizational products for the home. Women always need them, and you can help them find the right one.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Initials, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine.