Juice in the City is looking for an LBC in the Denver Metro – Littleton/Highlands Ranch area.
An LBC is a Local Business Consultant that really needs to know the local community, the local hot spots, the places to go and has ties to local vendors. The whole point of Juice in the City is to attract moms within their area participate more with their surroundings, get them out of the house and go have fun! We prefer those that have an inclination to the LOCAL businesses as opposed to chains. Rarely do we ever source deals for companies like Starbucks or Target.
Juice in the City, is a unique deals site that supports local businesses while providing benefits to local moms. Our team is made up of moms who source deals based on their personal experience versus companies who hire teams that have never set foot in the businesses they represent. We believe in supporting the local economy while at the same time empowering moms!
We are currently looking for enthusiastic, savvy moms in Denver that have a passion for sales, shopping, and seeking deals to help expand our market while earning extra cash! We pay a generous guaranteed commission of $100 to $200 per each sourced deal with a chance to earn even more money. You will report to a local District Manager, who lives in Denver, and will be part of a fun team that sets their own schedule. With flexible hours and the ability to take your kids to work with you, this is unlike any company you’ve worked for!
The most successful moms enjoy spa services, dining out, and have a great aptitude for talking with local business owners.
There was a news story done about us relatively soon after we started: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nrdl4wrWhac.
Also, our one year anniversary was this past Sunday (we launched on Mother’s Day!)!!
If interested, you should apply via the following link: http://jitc.com/MMColoradoMoms
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