Provide a brief description of your company and the products?
Mancave is the fisrt home arty company for men. Think Pampered Chef on Steroids. We sell some awesome award winning meats, home bar accessories, and also BBQ tools. We also take pride in bringing the awesome for you and your friends, with unique games like hammerschlagen, Man Blocks and a shot board. Guarenteed fun to be had by all both men and women.
Provide a brief company history including how long in business and how many consultants in how many countries.
ManCave was founded in 2009. We currently have over 1,500 guides in located throughout the lower 48 states. Mancave has rapidly grown in the two years of existance and the future looks very bright.
What is the cost to start up? What comes in the startup kit?
It is $149 to sign up and start being a guide for ManCave. That price includes everything that you will need for you first MEATing along with some other great products that change quarterly.
Are there any additional expenses (startup, yearly renewal, website, etc)?
There is a $10 a month fee for your website and it also covers other things as well like credit card transaction fees.
How much is the commission on personal sales and downline? How often are consultants paid?
As a ManCave guide you get a 25% commission on all sales and and average MEATing is $750, along with a 7% commission for your first downline. We get paid once a month.
What are some of the additional benefits/rewards consultants can earn?
The expierence and that awesomeness that comes with ManCave. We get paid to eat meat, drink a few cold ones, and hang out with the guys. What could be better than that.
What is your favorite thing about your company?
I absolutly love ManCave. From the great product that they provide to the extra income from just hanging out with other guys and eating some great award winning meats. Everything I do with ManCave is stuff I like to do and would be doing anyways on the weekends now I get paid to do it.
What is your favorite product?
My favorite product I would have to say would be the 2.5 pound beef briskit. When cooked properly it is a piece of meat that men have been known to die for.
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