Avon rewards representatives with exciting Guangzhou trip
Posted on December 23, 2012, Sunday
KUCHING: “Wow Wow Guangzhou!” was the cheers of 200 successful Avon representatives in Guangzhou, China, last week.
The 4-day-3 night incentive trip, fully paid for by Avon, was reward for their outstanding results in selling the Avon Life range of product from July to September 2012.
Avon Life is the latest product range from Avon. It includes Avon Life Marine Fish Peptide Collagen drink and Avon Life Peptide Grapeseed & Rose drink.
Themed “Wow Wow Guangzhou”, the trip was indeed filled with many wow factors. It included a complimentary two hour head, shoulders and foot massage on the very first arrival day, followed by shopping spree at popular Beijing Street, ShangXia Jiu Lu Mall, Baiyun Leather Centre and Bamboo Specialist Centre.
All Avon ladies had a wonderful shopping experience.
Among tourists spots visited were Yue Xiu Park; the five ram statue which symbolize Guangzhou; and Statue Memorial Sun Yat Sen which was built in 1929.
However, the most unforgettable experience was the visit to Avon Manufacturing Plant in Guangzhou where all winning representatives get to personally witness the process of making Avon products. This experience had definitely boosted their confidence to sell the products better.
Avon Malaysia’s ‘Persada Dunia’ holiday incentive program had thus far brought Avon representatives to various parts of the world, including Switzerland, Paris, London, Las Vegas and Eygpt.
Upcoming destinations include an Umrah package for Muslims, and Korea, Chengdu and New Zealand for non-Muslims.
For more information about AVON, please call toll free 1800-22-AVON (2866), www.my.avon.com or www.facebook.com/AvonMy.
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