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Grow your career at home with Travelling Vineyard

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Most mothers find it hard to carry out full-time jobs. The reason is that the jobs’ pay is unsatisfying. Therefore, moms seek job opportunities that allow them to work from their homes. With these problems at hand, there is a company that has drawn attention recently. This company is the Traveling Vineyard.

Traveling Vineyard has built a lot of opportunities for moms and other interested persons who are willing to develop their career. Traveling Vineyard offers extensive training and multiple layer support. Traveling Vineyard is a company where the workers can work with time flexibility. Moreover, the independent sales consultants spend ample time with their old and new friends while sampling wines.

It is not difficult to become a wine guide with the Traveling Vineyard. The first step involves buying a complete kit that contains all that you need at a low price of $99. The kit is consisting of order forms, marketing materials, and brochures. In addition to these, there are wine glasses and beautiful carrying bags for wine.

Another thing that you will have to purchase is the testing kit for the first two parties. After buying the two of these, you will be assured that you will have a set of your hands. The test comes at $75. When you sell at$150 and then receive three orders from a party, you will get $ 75 credit in your next tasting set. Therefore, your initial test may be your only investment. Try selling $ 1400 within the first eight weeks and receive $50 rebate.

In Traveling Vineyard you will be receiving a commission of 15-35 percent based on monthly sales. Also, you will be receiving 20 percent off of products by Traveling Vineyard. Traveling Vineyard’s wine goes for $14-$25 per bottle.

There are more benefits since there are bonuses whenever you recruit a person into the Traveling Vineyard, you will get $100 when the person receives$750 in sales. For every wine guide, a personal website is given that runs free of charge for three months. Afterward, the company starts charging at a rate of $15.95 per month. The site provides a place where customers can place orders on wine beside providing videos and accounting software.

Traveling Vineyard offers no quotas, and therefore the company gives a discount on the sales to boost your sales. In other times, you can also receive a fully paid travel to reach your clients. By this, the advantage of working with Traveling Vineyard adds up. More over you will find enough time to spend with your family. Freedom to work from home can cause other distractions as you continue with your work. To curb this, just ensure that you set aside time and work space for your job.

Traveling Vineyard info: www.facebook.com/travelingvineyard/

Andy Wirth and the New Gondola

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Powder Magazine reports that in 2011, the owners of the Squaw Valley ski resort, bought their immediate neighbor, Alpine Meadows ski resort. Although the two resorts have been unified since that time, skiers still have to drive from one resort entrance to the other. That will soon be changing. The management of the resorts have announced that they will be building a gondola atop a shared mountaintop which will make it unnecessary to make the drive from one to the other. The gondola will actually begin in Squaw Valley, ascend the mountain, and come down on the other side in Alpine Meadows.

This does not come as much of a surprise to many faithful skiers since the possibility has been talked about for years. Much of this talk has come from Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth. And the idea first originated from Squaw Valley founder, Wayne Poulsen.

The most faithful skiers are very hopeful that the gondola becomes reality. It will provide them with 6,000 acres of easily accessible space. It is largely thanks to the hard work and determination of Andy Wirth that the gondola came about at all. Not surprising since Wirth has been a leader in the field since the 80s. To date, he has been involved with the resort and hotel industry for over 25 years. He first entered the resort business in 1986 with the Steamboat Springs Resort. It was not until 2010 that Wirth joined the Squaw Valley team.

Wirth’s entire career has been riddled with honors, awards, and critical praise. In 2013, his life and career can to a screeching halt after his arm was completely severed during a skydiving accident. The doctors were able to reattach his arm, but the recuperation took months. But this did not get him down for long. He got back into the swing of things and is today better than ever.