Kelli Wolfel
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator (610) 323-3215

February 21, 2011

What Kind of Demonstrator Would You Be?

What Kind of Demonstrator Would You Be?
Whether you want to purchase your own stamping supplies at a discount, earn some extra money from your hobby, or build a business, Stampin' Up! provides you with the opportunity to reach your goals.
There are all kinds of demonstrators, and Stampin' Up! needs each of them! What kind of demonstrator would you be?

Discount Demonstrator
You like the idea of buying stamps and supplies for your personal use at a 20% discount and occasionally selling to neighbors, relatives, friends, etc.

Seasonal Demonstrator:
You work hard for a short period of time or season to earn a specific amount of money or to achieve a specific goal, and then you maintain minimum orders and sales during the balance of the year.

Hobby Demonstrator:
You love doing workshops and earning extra money when it is convenient. You work a lot some months and very little other months. You will do workshops if they are easy to book, and maybe have a regular group that meets together once a month. You enjoy the rewards that being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator brings, but you don't plan to make Stampin' Up! a career.

Career Demonstrator:
You view Stampin' Up! as a viable business with long-term career potential. You pursue a management role and you want to continue moving forward with your Stampin' Up! career. You love attending Stampin' Up! events and have close relationships with other demonstrators. You work at your business in a consistent and outgoing manner.

As you can see, this is a fun, flexible business you can build to suit your individual needs and goals. Currently, Stampin' Up! is running a special to become a demonstrator.  Until March 31, you can get 15% off of the Starter Kit + a free bundle of products ($50 value).  This is a great time to join the SU! family.

For more information about becoming a demonstrator, contact me:
Kelli Wolfel

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