Phoenix. For being in the middle of the desert, there's sure a lot going on. And driving into town, we noticed an Arizona State Prison sign that said, "Do not pick up hitchhikers." That one was pretty easy for us to follow: Our truck is already full of Hydrating Eye Creme.
The PGA isn't the only big name that draws the crowds in Phoenix these days. There's also Rita Davenport. As the company president AND resident rock star, she really knows how to get Arbonne fans on their feet and ready to rock. Imagine what she could do with an electric guitar? Her sister Euphiazene was in the house, too, proving that southern belles and Arbonne go hand in hand.
The event was super packed. There were tons of people here. Think of NTC, just scaled down a bit.
The ladies in attendance had a lot to say about FC5, including this gem, "Thank you for creating a dummy-proof product line. The product names are so telling. Purifying Cleanser + Toner purifies and tones!" (Mental note to self: Don't bring Consultants around the office too often, they might steal my job writing about the products.)
There were a lot more men at this venue, too. I'm convinced it's 'cause Rita was here. Yep, had to be that. We need to figure out how to get her to come to every stop. And as we keep finding out in every city, people really love the product.
Our ace photographer, Jon, who helped capture the new look of FC5, was on hand to record some of the magic in Phoenix. So if you see him coming your way, relax and smile...he'll make you look really good. After all, look what he did with the latest Product Catalogue.
So Phoenix was our third stop of the Tour and we're just getting started. I think we're getting the hang of this format. I like seeing what's going on in the field. Meeting excited Consultants and Clients. Seeing the reactions. Helping to spread the love. And most importantly, spending way too much money on overpriced chocolate bars at these hotels. Dang. I ought to see if they'll trade me straight across for some Nurturing Day Lotion.
Okay, we're off to see how big Texas really is.
Until next time...