Sunday, February 27, 2011

The conference in Denver was AWESOME

I loved the conference! It was a great experience.

I was nervous at the beginning of the trip because I didn't know anyone, but everyone was really great and friendly. I wasn't the only newbie either, there was a lady who joined the Miche family one week before me and another woman who wanted to see what Miche Bag was about and decided to join after we came back.

The bus ride was really fun because our distributor had charted a limo bus, which allows alcohol. so we stopped at a little convenient store in Wagon Mound and grabbed a few drinks. We watched movies and chatted. I was very surprised at how many of the representatives were meeting for the first time. This also made me feel more comfortable.

The movies that we watched on the way up were Letters to Juliet, which I really liked. I had never seen it and frankly I didn't think I ever would but it surprised me. We also watched another movie that most have been boring because I can't remember what it was. :-)

Well, we picked up some women in Raton, and got to Denver around nine. I saw a couple of my cousins and went to bed around midnight.

I got up at 6 the next morning and followed my roommate around until the conference started. She was so sweet! All the Miche women were great!





Here are some pics from the conference:
Here are the Miche girls!

This is the Miche Representative Conference 2011

This is Jenni, Miche's amazing designer!!!

Here are Jayma (she sold the very 1st Miche Bag) and Corbin, Miche Bag's CEO


A few of the ever so lovely, Hostess Exclusive Shells!!!

The conference was so much fun! There was a TOP SECRET fashion show where the representatives were shown all the prototypes for the 2011 year. No cameras allowed!!! We also we giving the task to choose the best designs for the year.

The "Hope" presentation was inspiring and there wasn't a dry eye in the entire ballroom. It's sad to say but it seems everyone has been affected by cancer in one way or another. I am very proud to be part of a company that takes cancer so seriously and that the "Hope" program, with the support of our customers, gives so much to the Huntsman for cancer research.

Over $703,000 was given last year to the Huntsman Cancer Research Hospital! And it was the programs first year!!!

Our breakout sessions were also fabulous. We got to listen to a panel of reps answer questions about their business and we also got to "scramble" to meet and talk to reps about their secrets.

All in all I had an amazing trip and I got to meet some amazing women. We had a great time and I think I will be friends with my fellow Miche Representatives, and our distributor Annie, for a long time to come.

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