Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 31, 2007
Lisa Hammond, CEO of Barefoot Parties, has announced that one lucky Barefoot Hostess will soon win a free cruise on the fabulous Carnival Freedom sailing February 2, 2008. To qualify for the drawing, anyone can host a Barefoot Party with $500 in sales. The Hostess' name will be automatically entered in the drawing once for every $500 in retail product sold at a single Hostess event.
"Our Hostesses are so important to the business," said Linda Lucas, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Barefoot Parties. "We already have a generous rewards program but we really wanted to do something special for them this year." Lucas added that the contest was an added incentive for new Hostesses planning their first Barefoot Party.
The contest will be in effect until September 30, 2007. The winning Hostess's name will be drawn the first week of October. Barefoot Parties will notify the winning Hostess in writing shortly thereafter. The winning Hostess may also pay for a guest through the Barefoot Parties Buy-in program. Consultants may not participate as a Hostess in the drawing.
Barefoot Parties is the latest business venture from mega-entrepreneur Lisa Hammond, creator of Femail Creations. Founded in 2006, Barefoot Parties has already broken all the records in the home party business. The famous Barefoot Parties Bunny Slippers have helped create an explosion of interest for the company. The Barefoot Parties Bunny Slippers have been worn by celebrities across the country, including Joey Fatone on the popular TV program Dancing with the Stars. Barefoot Parties products are created only for Barefoot Parties home parties and website and are not available anywhere else.
For more information about the Hostess Drawing and Barefoot Parties, visit http://www.barefootparties.com.
About Barefoot Parties
Barefoot Parties was created by Lisa Hammond in 2006 to provide an avenue for women to start their own businesses in an economical, fun way. Lisa wanted to inspire women to gather together and renew their spirits. She wanted to create an environment where people could actually have fun shopping in a real party atmosphere. And one where every purchase made was empowering literally everyone who created, gifted, shopped, hosted or marketed the products. For more information about Barefoot Parties visit http://www.barefootparties.com.