Vinci is growing by leaps and bounds, and has recently signed two new major national retailers to our list, but still needs people out in the field.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) December 09, 2014
Vinci, makers of high quality baseball gloves and equipment, is currently seeking new distributors across the United States. Distributors are members of the Vinci team who work with central office staff to sell to the public through tournaments and league play. This program is an excellent way for motivated, sales oriented people who simply love baseball and softball.
Distributors receive exclusive offers from Vinci with deep discounts and special offers.
Vinci is growing by leaps and bounds, and has recently signed two new major national retailers to our list, but still needs people out in the field. Many current distributors are people who enjoy playing baseball and softball. Many of them are also on local sports teams who attend tournaments and set up tables.
Vinci offers exclusive "Incentive Packages" where distributors earn free merchandise along with large discounts on merchandise purchased. Many other companies require a minimum of $50,000 to start up selling their product, but Vinci start-up costs begin at $1,000.
All Vinci distributors are part of the exclusive Vinci Private Group on Facebook, where ideas are shared and questions answered. It is also an excellent way to see how other representatives discuss Vinci products. The group is by invitation only for those who satisfy the requirements for being a distributor.
The Vinci website features the full line of baseball and softball equipment. All interested candidates can learn more at http://www.vincipro.com/becoming-a-dealer.html
After completing the Dealer Contact Form, a representative will contact you to discuss in greater detail the company's mission and goals. For questions about the program, email mfacetti (at) vincipro(dot)com or call 1-888-529-6864.
Vinci is a family-owned and operated sports equipment company dedicated to quality. A number of minor and major-league baseball players use Vinci equipment. For additional information, visit http://www.vincipro.com