Make Money From Home With Traveling Vineyard

There is a new company in town, one which any home-based business searcher would relish taking a hard at in order to see if it is for real, or if it is just another scam. Based out of Ipswich, Massachusetts, the Traveling Vineyard is real deal and you can start making money with it right away.

All you have to do is get a few friends, relatives and neighbors to host some wine-tasting home parties and you are in business. For just $175 dollars you will be equipped with all of the materials that you will need to get started.

You get a Success Kit which includes your first two tasting sets, wine glasses, carrying bags, openers, brochures, order forms, wine kits, educational cards and instructions. The Sommology cards help you to educate your guests while sipping on some of the 21 different flavors of wine that The Traveling Vineyard has to offer. Does it get any better than that?

The average sale of wines at the tasting events is $417 and that is only one way that you will make money. There are actually four ways that you will make money. First of all you will receive a commission of 15 to 35 percent on the sales made at the wine tasting events. You will also be able to sell online through your own website which only costs $15.98 per month, through the Wine Tasting Club where members get a discount, and by building your own team of Wine Guides who are hosting parties too.

There is an intensive training system that is online through videos that can be tapped into at any time you feel like studying how to be successful with Traveling Vineyard.

Traveling Vineyard is a member of the Direct Selling Association where you can check them out from a third party viewpoint. The track record is good, but for some people it can be a bit scary to go into business for yourself. This business, however really is fun because you have get-togethers where everyone has a good time. What better fun could there be other than having a glass of wine and sharing stories about the wines and their histories.

Once Wine Guides fully realize the potential, it is hard to dissuade them from the business and they wouldn’t think of doing anything else. The only way to find out if it is right for you is to thoroughly investigate the website and if it is for you, dive right in.

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