Now, one of my favorite PR girls, Vangie, is so sexy. My jaw always drops when I see her post photos of herself on Facebook. So I asked her what she does and she said this and that and then she said she drinks Pr1mera juices. She said they were health drinks that didn't taste like health drinks haha. So I got interested and tried them out.
Pr1mera has what they call their Power of 8 Formula. That's nutrients from eight herbs and veggies (malunggay, carrots, saluyot, dahon ng sili, talbos ng kamote, barley, spirulina and chlorella growth factor). There's enough vitamins in one packet to meet your daily requirement—so perfect for those of us who don't eat enough fruits and veggies!
Anyway, I still have boxes of Pr1mera drinks to consume and maybe I'll give a review of those, too, soon. Meanwhile, Pr1mera asked me to tell you moms to try out their products and maybe earn from them. Here's how...
Pr1mera Global is a direct selling enterprise. The examples I can think of is Avon, Amway and the like. So if you'd like to try these health drinks, they aren't available at your local supermarket. You'll have to buy them from a dealer. Or you can be a dealer yourself.
Here's what a dealer gets: a bag of all the drinks and a maximum income potential of more than half a million pesos a month. Woah! That's a lot of money. Pr1mera told me that of course kikita ka lang ng ganyan kalaki if masipag ka magbenta at mag-network.
A start-up business kit starts at just P1,888. Here is the complete product line up:
Pr1mera has a website but you have to register to see anything. They ought to fix that since it's not very user friendly—curious people want to find out more about the brand first before they commit to anything, right?
About Pr1mera as a money-making venture, I won't be able to say much except that it looks like a good opportunity, especially for mommies who want to earn a little extra. About Pr1mera as yummy health drinks, however, I can attest to the fact that they are refreshing and delicious!