By Hank Bond
The Greenup Beacon
Nancy Whitt has set her plans toward making her work-from-home business provide for the items on her list.
She and her daughter sat down and made up a list of about 50 things they wanted to have or accomplish.
A member of the class of 1999 and her partner Tim Delawder have five children between them and both are hoping her new venture helps provide for the household.
“It is very difficult for a family to live on one income and with this we don’t have to pay a babysitter and we can work toward the things we want,” Delawder said.
Nancy said, “I worked as a prison guard and ATT, but working out of the house also requires a babysitter.
“I spent some time researching different things online and I came upon It Works.
“It took $99 to become part of the program, but when you get going you get your money right back.
“It Works is a body wrap that tightens, firms and tones in 45 minutes. I found this online and here we are. Many who have had weight-loss surgery or have had children use it to tone and tighten loose skin.”
The key to her decision to follow this business opportunity included a lot of research, but more importantly, “I couldn’t find anyone else here locally offering it.”
She said she was advised to give the opportunity three months to develop but in a matter of a few short weeks she’s convinced this is an opportunity she will pursue wholeheartedly.
“I had my first party at my mom’s house. I use social media and get many Facebook notifications and people who want to ask questions. I have had wonderful success in such a short time I look forward to many good things.”
Whitt plans large parties – in fact response to an upcoming party was so large she had to schedule a second event.
She said, “When I order product before I get them I already have them sold. They go so quickly. I have several who were skeptical at first who now know how it works.”
She holds wrap parties and tells people to have no expectations until they see exactly how it works – so far it has been very successful, she said.
The wraps mentioned cost $25.00. “I have wrapped many people that were immediately sold on the product.”
She hopes that hard work and the products she sells will, “Help me make the life I want a reality.”
To this point she has had to work in evenings and on weekends because Tim works days and we only have one vehicle.
“However, our success so far has allowed us to buy another vehicle which we will have in about a week’s time.”
If you’d like to discuss this new small business venture or the products sold contact Nancy at wrapwithnancywalker.myitworks.com or find her on Facebook or call 606-465-8116.
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