As an Independent AVON Sales Representative you are the vital link between the company and the customer. You will be selling high quality, great value AVON products backed by a no quibble guarantee. AVON is a brand everyone knows so the hard sell is not necessary!
You can now join online and earn money from the first £1 you sell & earn upto 32% commission.
As an AVON representative you can work your business your way by using only the brochures, online only or a mixture of both to get the most out of your AVON business.
The earning potential is unlimited as you earn up to 32% commission on orders you collect in. You can now become an online only seller and be paid commission directly into your bank once a week!
Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Bolton area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Bolton area.
Bolton is a town in Greater Manchester, England. Bolton was a 19th-century boomtown and, at its zenith in 1929, its 216 cotton mills and 26 bleaching and dyeing works made it one of the largest and most productive centres of cotton spinning in the world. The British cotton industry declined sharply after the First World War and, by the 1980s, cotton manufacture had virtually ceased in Bolton.
Bolton is a common Northern English name derived from the Old English bothl-tun, meaning a settlement with a dwelling. The first recorded use of the name, in the form Boelton, dates from 1185 to describe Bolton le Moors, though this may not be in relation to a dwelling. It was recorded as Bothelton in 1212, Botelton in 1257, Boulton in 1288, and Bolton after 1307.
Important transport links contributed to the growth of the town and the textile industry; the Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal constructed in 1791, connected the town to Bury and Manchester providing transport for coal and other basic materials. The Bolton and Leigh Railway, the oldest in Lancashire, opened to goods traffic in 1828 and Great Moor Street station opened to passengers in 1831. The railway initially connected Bolton to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in Leigh, an important link with the port of Liverpool for the import of raw cotton from America, but was extended in 1829 to link up with the Manchester to Liverpool Line.
If you are interested in becoming a local Avon Representative for a location in Bolton, please get in touch by clicking this button.