10 Things This LuLaRoe Retailer Wishes You Knew
Miri in the Village - Miri Nadler - November 6, 2017
Many of you know that until recently, I’ve taken some time off from my blog to run my LuLaRoe business. Over that time there has been a lot of changes to the company and a lot of news – some of it not so flattering. There are a few things about LuLaRoe that I’d like you to know. 1. LuLaRoe is not a pyramid scheme. Wait, what? It’s true that LuLaRoe has a downline structure, and it’s true that sponsors make commissions off of their downline sales, but that’s not the whole story. To collect a commission, a mentor, coach, trainer or sponsor must sell a certain amount of pieces per month, and his/her team must also sell a certain amount of pieces per month. In other words, everyone needs to sell the clothes, and those in leadership must demonstrate their prowess by meeting a certain standard. In my opinion, it’s best to think of LuLaRoe as a franchise. I have a small business. I buy clothes at wholesale and sell them at retail.
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