Traveling Vineyard is a company based in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Since it was started in 2001 in a back yard as a direct-selling platform for in-home wine tasting for its members, it has been restructured to become a household name for wine lovers, who want to make money sharing the wine sipping experience. If you want to join the bandwagon and make an additional income or take up a flexible career, you can simply apply and be part of the big Traveling Vineyard family of wine guides from different states across the country.
How Traveling Vineyard wine guide works
You make an application to become a member in your area and purchase a Success Kit, which comes with several goodies such as amazing wine bags, decanters, brochures and learning materials to help you get started. Traveling Vineyard will link you up with a leader from your state or area, who will guide you in understanding the procedures before you set out on your own as a business.
The company doesn’t set sales quotas for wine guides. You have the prerogative to choose your clientele, schedule your work timetables and hit the road. With about $75, you can invest in two tasting sets that will earn you $150 when you receive three orders in any party and receive a credit of another $75 for your next tasting kit. You can also double or triple your earnings by inviting friends to join your wine guides team.
Benefits of being a wine guide for Traveling Vineyard
The flexibility of working hours cannot be compared to that of a full-time job. In other words, you become your own boss! It’s allows people with day-jobs to supplement their income and enable moms to pay their bills working from home. There are regional gatherings, costume contests and online training platforms that are all designed to guide you in making the most out of your investment. Furthermore, once you make your first investment, it’ll keep increasing, and you won’t be required to invest again. The Traveling Vineyard wines are affordable, unique and of top-notch quality. Therefore, convincing and nurturing prospects is pretty simple and fast.