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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!

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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.

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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Ordsall area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Ordsall area.

Ordsall is an area of Salford, Greater Manchester, England. The name Ordsall has Old English origins being the personal name Ord and the word halh, meaning a corner or nook, which has become the modern dialect word "haugh". This, indeed, describes the position of the manor of Ordsall, for its boundary on the south side is a large bend in the River Irwell, which became the site of the docks for the Manchester Ship Canal. Ordsall first appears in records in 1177 when Ordeshala paid two marks towards an aid, a feudal due or tax.

Before the River Irwell was deepened to make it navigable there was an ancient paved ford at Ordsall known as Woden's Ford and nearby, in a lane leading to Ordsall Hall, was a cave known as Woden's Den. The cave was of great interest to 19th-century antiquarians, but their constant trespassing to view the site prompted the landowner to completely destroy it early in the century, and no trace of the feature remains. However, the cave was described and sketched by Thomas Barret in about 1780. He postulated that, as this part of the Irwell was subject to regular flooding, travellers would have made offerings to Odin, the protector of travellers, before attempting the crossing.

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