Whom to Invite
It starts with brainstorming a list of at least 10 potential guests. Why 10? Because not everyone will say “yes” to your invitation (and people often have to cancel after confirming). Our main goal is that you earn your hosting gift, so give some thought to who would enjoy this event, and invite away!
Please invite dependable, responsible, qualified guests to attend your dinner party—people who are gainfully employed or who have a retirement income. Consider inviting your friends who are health-conscious, health-curious, or in a health crisis (i.e. need support around making dietary life changes and are motivated). We strongly encourage you to invite couples (partners or spouses who make purchasing decisions together). Although no one has to purchase anything from us in order for you to receive your hosting gift, your guests must have the ability to invest (by cash or credit) if they wanted to.
** IMPORTANT: If your guest is married or partnered, please invite the couple.
Invite couples who are health conscious (or want to be).
Invite couples who have health concerns.
Invite people who like to cook.
Invite couples who appreciate nice things.
People looking for a part-time or full-time career opportunity also enjoy the show.
What to say to your guests
I want to invite you to a fantastic healthy cooking class and dinner party prepared by a professional chef. It’s an entertaining, educational cooking presentation, and at the end, we get to eat the delicious 5-course meal! I just went to one of these, and I liked it so much I decided to host one myself. We’ll learn fascinating information about health and nutrition and watch a demonstration of an amazing cooking system.
There’s absolutely no pressure to buy anything – all you have to do is show up and have an enjoyable evening of learning and dining! If you attend, I’ll receive a great hosting gift just for having the party. Can you help me out?
Once a date is set, your presenter will email you an invite you can forward. If you would prefer a text template, just ask!
Other important things to say to your guests:
1. Encourage your guests bring their favorite pan from their kitchen for our educational cookware taste test, and a calendar in case they want to book their own dinner.
2. Please check in with your guests to see if anyone has any food allergies or dietary restrictions and if so, let your chef know as soon as possible.
3. Please encourage your guests to be on time. We will not start until everyone has arrived.
4. Please do not discuss price, as your guests are under NO obligation to buy anything. They can just come for the class and the free meal, and experience this high-quality cooking system. Then if they want to have the same experience at home, the chef will have brochures showing a wide array of options for individual items and sets.