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Confessions of a Teavana Employee

To get things started off right, I've got some reading material for you. This posting on Teachat.com is actually one of the first things I found when I first got into tea, had a negative Teavana experience, and did some online research.

It's the thread that will never die and is going on 2 years strong. It gets me fired up every time I read through it.

An exerpt from the OP:
It is a company that bases its sales process on misleading you into what it considers the “best”. It is a sales intense store, which contradicts with the natural essence of tea – a relaxing and heartening beverage that soothes the soul. It seeks to build its image as the worlds premier retailer in tea, but uses average grade quality teas... Teavana markets the hell out of its products, partially by making unsubstantiated claims about its products. It offers an unfriendly work environment.
Read more: http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7509

1 comments:

Jessica Hartmann said...

Hello. I was wondering if you are still intrested in selling tea? I am a consultant through a different tea company. I have worked in actual retail stores for 2 and a half years. I started selling this and i have done so well. I thought that maybe you would be intrested? you get to pick your own hous and decide how much or little you want to put in to it. It is all on your own. There is a company that helps you start out, and there is no obligation if you want to quit... Something to think about! Check out my website... http://www.tealightfultea.net/JESSICASTEAZE/

Email me if you have any questions!

jessicasteaze@gmail.com

my name is jessica, and this offer is good for anyone.

Hope you like it,

cheers, Jessica

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