Traveling Vineyard: The Road To Prosperity

Do you love wine and love discussing it with others? Do you love learning about the flavors of different wines and chatting with your friends and neighbors about the different overtones? Maybe you can turn your interest into a business with Traveling Vineyard.

Traveling Vineyard is an opportunity for wine enthusiasts to share their passion and knowledge with others while earning money. Yes, it is a direct sales system, but Traveling Vineyard has embraced a model that renders the sales aspect comfortable and entertaining rather than intimidating.

By this point, you are probably wondering where in the house you could possibly store cases of wine to sell. Part of the Traveling Vineyard system is that you do not invest money or space in the products you sell, so your basement is safe.
Like other opportunities of this kind, Traveling Vineyard does require a start-up investment. However, unlike most similar ventures, this initial investment is small. You invest $189 for your Success Kit. The contents of your Success Kit more than repays your initial investment.

Your Success Kit includes: $150 worth of wine; $115 worth of wine accessories and related equipment and $25 worth of promotional and training material. Not listed here is open access to the Traveling Vineyards online training site which provides a wealth of information on wine, pairings, and managing your business.

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After the first 90 days of your association with Traveling Vineyard, you are charged about $16 per month for the maintenance of your personal website. Of course, the supplies in your start up Success Kit will not last forever so you will have to replenish them. However, most of our associates manage this through the credit they amass.

When you join Traveling Vineyards, you join a team designed to support and encourage your success. Your first associate in the business is your leader, assigned as soon as you register with Traveling Vineyards. Your leader is more than someone who pushes you; your leader is your closest contact in the business providing essential information on how to conduct your business, answers to your questions and insight into next steps.

Visit our website to learn more about Traveling Vineyards to see if life as a Traveling Vineyards representative is for you. Read success stories posted by representatives on LinkedIn, blogs about the experience and delve into the wealth of information about running your own Traveling Vineyards business.

Is EOS a Better Brand than Chapstick?

Evolution of Smooth, better known simply as EOS, is a relatively new brand, with a history spanning back for seven years. The brand produces lip balms designed to engage the senses, offering flavorful, aromatic balms in exciting and fun-shaped containers. The lip balms actually work to reduce chapped lips and create soft, kissable lips all year long.

A Seven-Year Feat

Would you believe that, in just seven years, EOS( was able to beat out Chapstick for the top spot on the lip balm sales chart? Chapstick is a lip balm company that’s been around since your grandma’s grandmother’s grandmas was alive; always a trusted name. The proof is in the pudding (or shall we say the tub,) however, and as times evolve, so do the brands that we trust.

The Top Two Lip Balms

Although Burt’s Bees ranked as the top-selling lip balm on Amazon and Target, EOS came in a close second to the brand. Both Chapstick and Blistex, two brands with quite the history, ranked after these two relatively new brands.

What can EOS do for your Lips?

If you’ve yet to discover the EOS brand for yourself, maybe the time has come to put down the tube of Chapstick and make the move. It is time to toss traditions out the door and evolve into someone that trusts the new and improved lip balms! Order online today, visit the Amazon store or the Evolution of website.


Experienced Litigation Attorney Specializing In Compliance And Risk Management

Karl Heideck Complaince and Risk Management
Karl Heideck specializes in compliance and risk management

Disputes occur regularly in this day of age, sometimes requiring an institution of law to bring resolve. Often one party wants to bring a lawsuit against another to solve the dispute, a process known as litigation. The intent of litigation is to reach resolution when a party feels they deserve monetary, or any form of relief, due to the damages they suffered from a dispute. Litigation can result in a trial or the case can be resolved through arbitration.

There are two parties involved in litigation: the plaintiff and the defendant. The plaintiff claims the defendant caused him/her some form of injury; if the defendant cannot agree with the plaintiff’s claims, then a lawsuit is generally brought by the plaintiff. Litigators are the attorneys, like Karl Heideck, who represent these two parties during the litigation process.

Karl Heideck is an attorney in the Philadelphia area who specializes in litigation, compliance and risk management review. He graduated from Temple University- James E. Beasley School of Law and is currently a contract attorney at Grant & Eisenhofer, PA. Since his graduation from law school in 2009, Karl Heideck has successfully applied his abilities, representing individual and corporate clients in complex and commercial litigation.

As a contract lawyer for Grant & Eisenhofer, Karl Heideck reviews discovery materials for complex securities fraud and banking litigation. He concentrates on issues related to transactions, acquisitions, risk management, and liquidity positions with regard to the sub-prime banking crisis of 2008. Karl Heideck (@karl_heideck on Twitter) is involved in weekly conferences with co-counsel to verify and consistently improve review obligations and he is considered well-versed in litigation.

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