More than just a catchy name

Maybe you’ve seen a car decal or print advertisement around town for Moms Making Six Figures. Ever wondered what kind of business it is and whether you or a woman you know (wife, friend, sister, mother) could participate?

Cheryl Fox-TosteWhen Las Vegas resident Cheryl Fox-Toste asked herself the same question last year, she was 15 years into the marketing business where she’d filled many roles ranging from sales and marketing to upper management. Fox-Toste was used to working long workweeks and with today’s technology continually found herself tethered to the “electronic leash.” Since her husband Jason travels extensively for business and they knew they wanted to expand their family they came to the conclusion that “something had to give.”

After exploring many work-at-home opportunities and other business ventures, Fox-Toste was becoming skeptical. When her longtime friend Kellee Wip introduced her to “Moms Making Six Figures” she finally decided to take a look. And since Wip was a close friend, she knew she would get honest and direct information. One long conversation was all Fox-Toste needed to know she had found a viable alternative to her 15-year career in marketing.

Founded three years ago in San Diego, the company now has a team of almost 40 women, all of whom work from home. As Fox-Toste discovered, they come from a variety of backgrounds—from CPA to a surgeon.

“The best way to explain Moms Making Six Figures is that we’re a group of moms who created a marketing organization to represent one primary company,” said Fox-Toste. “A typical workweek can range from 30-35 hours, but we plan around our kids’ school and sports schedules.” Wip added, “There is no inventory, no party planning, no selling and no risk, but you do need to be self motivated and have a desire to succeed.” Learn more at momsmakingsixfigures.com

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