If you’re a new LuLaRoe retailer (or even a veteran one), the 72 Hour Game Plan is essential to your business. It’s the best way to jumpstart your new business or ramp up your current one. If you’re already a retailer and have been to a LuLaRoe training event, you know this topic comes up at least once. I have completed the 72 hour game plan a few times and I can say that it has helped my business. I’ve been able to book an entire month worth of hostesses in those 72 hours.
What is the 72 Hour Game Plan?
LuLaRoe has outlined the 72 Hour Game Plan in five easy steps.
- Commit to “Treat Your Business like a Business”
- Write a list of 50 names
Book your first 3 Pop-Up Boutiques(1st within 5 days)
Promote your boutiques through calls, texts,conversations, Facebook, Instagram, Evites & flyers
- Repeat steps 1-4 yourself & with your team
The 72 Hour Game Plan can be done as often as you want to complete it. The hardest part is picking up the phone and contacting all those people about hosting a party. If you are having a hard time writing down 50 names, use the acronym FRANKS. Friends, Relatives, Associates, Neighbors, Kids’ contacts, and Spouse contacts. These are the people that you can usually always contact when working through the 72 Hour Game Plan. When I sit down and get ready to message or call possible hostesses, I always start with making a connection. Ask those ladies (especially the ones you don’t know very well) how they are or how their kids are. The second hardest part is getting those potential hostesses to commit to a date. I have found that asking them in a “yes or yes” phrasing gets them to commit to a date. “Yes or Yes” means offering hostesses two dates for pop-ups instead of asking “Would you like to host a party?”. Even with using this approach “no” is always going to be a response for some people. When this happens I just remind myself that no just means not right now.
Do you need help with the 72 Hour Game plan or someone to hold you accountable? I’m here to help! Feel free to contact me!!