At stamp clubs, an organized group of customers places regular orders and rotates hostess benefits. Each person in the group commits to placing a minimum order. Stamp clubs usually meet once a month for as many months as there are members of the club. Here are the two most common types of stamp clubs:
Minimum-Purchase Club: The amount each member will order each month is typically determined by dividing the minimum order necessary to received hostess benefits ($150) by the number of members in the club. For example, if there are ten in the club, each places a minimum order of $15 before tax, shipping and handling, so the total order can be placed as a workshop. The hostess benefits rotate with a different person in the group receiving them each time.
Product-Based Club: The club members contribute to the purchase of certain products each month. For example, a club might decide to purchase a set of the Stampin’ Write Many Marvelous Markers which costs $125.95. If there are ten people in the club, they would each contribute approximately $13 every month. After ten months, the club would have purchased 12 sets of markers. Each member of the group would receive four markers a month, with one person getting the storage case. This kind of group can be adjusted if the customers want a complete set without waiting a full year or if there are fewer people involved.
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