Dee stressed that one of the benefits of selling Mary Kay products is that they are consumable. “You put it on, you take it off – and at the end of the day – you wash it down the drain.” Because of that, by developing a customer base that loves the products as much as she does, Dee has consistent customer reorders.
That simple selling technique worked well. Dee was recognized at the 2014 Mary Kay seminar in the “Queens Court of Sales” – ending the one year selling period in the #14 position (out of 180,000 consultants).
Not only is Dee helping women look younger and feel great about themselves, but she is putting her business profits to work to help women in a different way.
At this stage in her life, Dee and her husband are comfortable financially, so she has no need to earn an income from her business. She pays for her business supplies and samples first, and then she donates the remaining 90% of her profits to the Mary Kay Foundation (www.marykayfoundation.org) – specifically benefiting women who are victims of domestic abuse, and for cancer research.
“Both of these charities are very near and dear to my heart. I’ve lost family members to cancer, and my mother was a victim of domestic violence,” Dee said.
Now Dee is taking her business to the next level in Mary Kay and is building a team and sales organization.
“Women need this outlet for all kind of reasons – whether they need the money financially, they want to be able to stay home with their children, or they are hungry for recognition that Mary Kay is famous for (and that they aren’t receiving at home or at a job). I am looking forward to helping women use their Mary Kay business to achieve whatever they are looking for in their life,” Dee said.
The benefits of brand loyalty, a household name, fabulous consumable products, and a company that is dedicated to helping women succeed makes Mary Kay a great choice.