While the Thirty One Gifts catalog shows beautiful traditional purses, they are only a small part of the impressive product catalog made available to lucky 31 Gifts party goers. From large totes that are ideal to bring along to the beach to small organizational pouches for home use, shoppers enjoy the selection of fabrics, embroidery customization options and matching accessories available for each product. With a color and pattern palette that greets each season with exciting new offerings and secret hostess-exclusive items, there’s a little something for everyone under the Thirty One Gifts umbrella. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/d6/4c/e3/d64ce3f0a6fcc59e621b921155c2e81f.jpg


"We’ve found [Girl Talk's] peer-to-peer mentorship model to be unique among nonprofit organizations serving girls, and a proven model to build confidence, develop leadership skills and learn the value of service to others. Beyond an annual monetary contribution, our corporate leadership team is committed to advancing the Girl Talk mission, through collaboration, resource sharing and professional expertise. We are most proud of our independent sales consultants who have driven unprecedented Chapter growth in their local communities across the U.S. and Canada." https://i.pinimg.com/236x/44/3e/49/443e4939d6dbceecd2a26a98bfcb7634--facebook-party-thirty-one-gifts.jpg

I am shocked that someone would even sign themself up to be an independent consultant when they have such a bad/ negative attitude when a customer reaches out to them because of a quality issue. Debbie Meyersburg in my case was just horrible to me, I bought from her a couple weeks ago and my product has already torn and the color has worn. I contacted Debbie and she harassed me about how I was the one who miss treated the merchandise and there was nothing she would do about it. I am just shocked, and am at a loss for the whole company if that's the type of people they hire! https://i.pinimg.com/236x/95/68/d4/9568d444192530c23deaf9d1f19b334c--handkerchiefs-embroidery.jpg


A 2014 study of U.S. consumers found that the 28% of respondents who own of reusable bags forgot them on approximately 40% of their grocery trips and used them only about 15 times each before being discarded. About half of this group typically chose to use plastic bags over reusable ones, despite owning reusable bags and recognizing their benefits.[2] An increasing number of jurisdictions have mandated the phase-out of lightweight plastic bags to reduce land and ocean pollution. In order to provide an incentive for consumers to remember reusable bags more often these laws establish a minimum price for bags at checkout and require either paper, reusable fabric tote bags, or thick reusable plastic bags. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/6f/80/18/6f801801e945d56de2b2876e72c74771.jpg
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