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Old 08-06-2008, 12:01 PM   #1  
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If you were previously a Demo, and resign up now, can you still be promoted?
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Old 08-06-2008, 12:22 PM   #2  
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I'm not sure what your exact question is.. but if you sign up again, you start all over the same as if it was your first time.
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Old 08-06-2008, 12:26 PM   #3  
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Ok, I think I read somewhere that after you quit and resign, you're not eligible for something - maybe it was getting listed in one of the SU! demo mags for meeting your quota or something?
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Not sure what you mean. But when you resign and the sign up again, all your previous sales, longeavity, etc. no longer exist. It's as if you are new demo for the first time.
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Great, thanks.
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The demo manual states that "when the rejoining demonstrator is promoted to senior associate, the promotion does not count in any promotion calculations unless that demonstrator had never been promoted to senior associate during her former demonstratorship. Promotions to supervisor and above count toward incentives."

So if you've been a senior associate before, that promotion will not count for the incentive trip or any other incentives, but everyting else will count and you are able to promote the saem as before.
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The demo manual states that "when the rejoining demonstrator is promoted to senior associate, the promotion does not count in any promotion calculations unless that demonstrator had never been promoted to senior associate during her former demonstratorship. Promotions to supervisor and above count toward incentives."

So if you've been a senior associate before, that promotion will not count for the incentive trip or any other incentives, but everyting else will count and you are able to promote the saem as before.

This is what I was talking about. But I'm really not sure what it means.
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This is what I was talking about. But I'm really not sure what it means.
It means that if you are thinking of pursuing the incentive trip, your promotion to Senior Associate will not count as one of the promotions you would need to earn that trip. It may also not count for your upline and it may not count for your upline's great rewards bonus. For most people, none of these things really matter. However, if you need some more information I would talk to your upline or contact demosntrator support at Stampin' Up!
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I may be mistaken, but a demonstrator who rejoins may not be eligible for the Stampin' Start promotion that earns you free stamps for sales and recruiting during your first 6 months. Check with your potential upline.
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I may be mistaken, but a demonstrator who rejoins may not be eligible for the Stampin' Start promotion that earns you free stamps for sales and recruiting during your first 6 months. Check with your potential upline.
Returning demos are eligible for Stampin' Start. One of my downlines is a returning demo and she earned her first portion of stamping start and is working on her second! Woo Hoo Liz!
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How do you become a senior associate? What if anything is the benefit?
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You become a senior associate after you sell/buy $1,000 in merchandise (retail price). When you promote you receive a certificate and pin from Stampin' Up! and have your name listed in the promotion section of the SU demo web site. If you're not a returning demosntrator then that promotion will also count for your incentive trip promotions, though this only really matters if you are seriously pursuing the incentive trip.
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Is that during a certain amount of time? Like a quarter or year?
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Is that during a certain amount of time? Like a quarter or year?
Nope -- it's totally cumulative.
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Hi Julia. I just wanted to say this is a great time to rejoin so good luck with your decision!
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Hi Julia. I just wanted to say this is a great time to rejoin so good luck with your decision!
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I may be mistaken, but a demonstrator who rejoins may not be eligible for the Stampin' Start promotion that earns you free stamps for sales and recruiting during your first 6 months. Check with your potential upline.
Can someone please tell me the details of how the Stampin' Start program works?

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Can someone please tell me the details of how the Stampin' Start program works?

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Laura, SU's Stampin Start is SO cool...it's really been beefed up since I joined, lol! In a nutshell, a new recruit has an opportunity to earn up to NINE stamp sets for meeting particular sales goals:

1st 3 months: $1,800 personal net sales, earn 2 free sets
2nd 3 months: $3,000 personal net sales, earn 4 free sets
Anytime during first 6 months: 1st recruit, earn 1 free set
Anytime during first 6 months: 2nd recruit, earn 1 free set
Anytime during first 6 months: 3rd recruit, earn 1 free set
For a total of 9 free sets

MAN! That's a lotta sets, lol! The point is to coax people to gradually increase their sales. It can be done; lots of gals do it...
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Is that during a certain amount of time? Like a quarter or year?
If you meet your minimums for your first year ($300/quarter), you've got it
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