Watkins Free Vacations
Watkins free vacations - a super sweet perk to the business! Known as the Performance Rewards Program, this initiative rewards your success with a free trip each year (for those who qualify). Imagine: Earning free vacations and trips all paid for by Watkins. Sweet!
I have been on a few of these vacations and you can view more photos here...
Who Can Earn a Free Watkins Vacation
Every year the rules are set out and they usually include a combination of points earned, volume increase over previous year and advancements for people you have sponsored. Any Watkins consultant can earn the trip so long as they meet the qualifications!
Where is the Trip
It changes every year. Past trips have been to wonderful destinations like:
- St. Maarten
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- Monte Carlo
Some of the years the trips are totally all inclusive, paying for your all-inclusive hotel and airfare. Other destinations, depending on the programs qualifications, may be to non all-inclusive hotels but you can qualify for paid airfare and your lodging is provided.
The best thing with these trips (besides the free part) is you are not stuck in a stuffy boardroom attending lectures and conferences. When we say 'vacation' we mean "VACATION!"
Socialize with other Watkins consultants and executives, go on excursions and have fun! This is your time to relax and indulge.
How to Earn a Free Vacation
It isn't that hard to win a free trip for 1 or 2 people. There are certain criteria that must be met and you must be an active Watkins consutlant during the contest period and during the trip timeframe. Criteria usually consists of volume increases of product and something to do with sponsoring others. Totally achievable and realistic, one thing I love about this program is winning a free trip is totally feasible! Learn more about the Watkins business to decide if it's right for you.
Strolling down white sand beaches in the Domincan Republic
Enjoying a nice trip down the river in Dominican Republic
Nice afternoon coffee at RUI in Dominican Republic