’Tis the season to be jolly and Avon, in collaboration with Anthony P Scott and Co Ltd, recently held its annual Christmas holiday show at The Atrium, Don Miguel Extension Road, San Juan.
Hollies, candy canes, garlands, colourful lights and Christmas bows decorated almost every inch inside The Atrium and created a very festive atmosphere.
From as early as 10 a.m., Avon representatives and some of their loyal customers had the opportunity to view the company’s diverse products ranging from make-up and accessories, fragrances and skin care lines to clothing, household items and nativity specials. There were also products for women and men, girls and boys; from pre-teen to maturity.
Just in time for the holiday season, Avon representatives had fun showcasing some of their latest items in a mini-fashion show.
Avon Image and Beauty consultant Stacy Smith said, “This event celebrates success as well as features upcoming Christmas items from Avon. Representatives got a first-hand viewing the items as well as their customers.
“What we have found is that persons may be a little apprehensive purchasing products from the catalogue, so in this instance they get an opportunity to see for themselves that the items are exactly like what is shown from the catalogue.”
Smith noted that one of their more popular items was a fragrance for men from international baseball player Derek Jeter, called Rush; while the fragrance Passion would be the “must have” item for women this Christmas.
Avon also gave guests a sneak peak at its new handbag collection, which is great for work, a night out and almost any occasion.
Anthony P Scott and Co Ltd is the authorised distributor for Avon products in Trinidad and Tobago. With over 2,500 active representatives serving locally, the distributor takes pride in giving people the opportunity to be self-sufficient entrepreneurs.
The event was hosted in part by the Avon International division district team, which comprises senior manager for the Caribbean islands Auclair Walters, Avon Carnival district manager Esperanza Apgar and United States field training manager Janette Wilson.