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Stella & Dot Spring Stylist Opportunity!

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Sign up to be a Stella & Dot Stylist for as low as $199 now through April 30th! When you
do, you'll get $750 in free accessories!

An additional $100 in initial Sample Credit is accessible to Stylists immediately upon signing
up. Sign-up options are as follows:

• Online and On-The-Go Sign-up: $199 for $450 in Sample Credit
• Trunk Show Essentials Sign-up: $499 for 1,100 in Sample Credit
• Business Builder Sign-up: $699 for $1,600 in Sample Credit

Last but not least, you'll be able to earn an additional $300 in product credit when you sell $1,000
in the first 30 days! 

BENEFITS OF BECOMING A STYLIST



In addition to getting special discounts on the jewelry and accessories that you love, you  will also
have the freedom to style your own financial future when you become a Stylist with Stella & Dot. 
Other perks include:

• An incredible business to call your own
• The ability to work from home and earn extra income sharing the jewelry, accessories, and
fashion trends that you love with others
• Training and support from amazing and successful women
• Free jewelry, as well as significant discounts
• Expense paid vacations
• A personal website and online business center
• and so much more!

You  can learn more about becoming Stella & Dot Stylist by going here.

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