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Pampered Chef Review – A Warren Buffet MLM-Home Business

By James Wehner

PAMPERED CHEF REVIEW- In 1980, Doris Christopher started the Pampered Chef. The company was sold to Berkshire Hathaway in 2002. You might be interested in a Pampered Chef Review – Is Warren Buffet Scamming Members? “TPC” consultants sell kitchen items directly to consumers. Those interested in TPC should know what products the company sells, how much its top earners make, and how they’re compensated.

The company carries approximately 150 kitchen items. Only 1/3 of its products are original to the Pampered Chef. Many of the TPC’s products carry their manufacturers’ original labels. The Pampered Chef uses a unique sales approach by training customers to use the kitchen tools. Customers can buy items such as strainers, pans, peelers, bowls and baking dishes.

Doris Christopher believed it was very important that customers knew how to effectively use their kitchen tools. Pampered Chef products come with clear instructions and TPC’s in-house kitchens design recipes specific to these items. Thus, consultants often use the recipes to sell products. Pretty good idea right?

The Pampered Chef uses a straightforward compensation approach. They pay consultants a fixed percentage on each item they sell. Also, when a consultant brings in another person into the company, the consultant earns a percentage of this person’s sales. Salespeople utilize parties in people homes, trade shows and other places to present TPC’s products.

The Pampered Chef’s best performing salespeople are earning over $200,000 each year. Barbara Smalley was highlighted in Woman’s World magazine. Smalley turned $100 TPC investment into $90,000 earnings a year. The company’s top earners are using ideas such as free product demonstrations and cooking classes to sell.

Any business opportunity comes with costs, potential risks, and chance for reward. Therefore, people need to carefully research any company before deciding to join it. There are many MLMs and other types of business opportunities available that may be far more easy to achieve success in. However, The Pampered Chef is a good choice if you enjoy kitchen products and giving parties.

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