Actually, I could give a very long list of reasons why I've remained a loyal demonstrator for Stampin' Up! for 20 years. For now though I want to share just 1 super important reason: They take outstanding care of their demonstrators.
I got an email from Stampin' Up! this AM with regard to Hurricane Matthew, and I quote:
"Thoughts and Prayers with Those Impacted by Hurricane"
"Our thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by Hurricane Matthew. If you, or anyone you know, have suffered a loss of Stampin’ Up! business materials, please reach out to Demonstrator Support. They are ready to help those affected in getting their business up and going again.
Need I say more about how Stampin' Up! takes care of their own? I don't think so.
However, I join Stampin' Up! and countless others in prayer for the victims of Hurricane Matthew and for their loved ones. It will obviously take a long time to recover from such devastation. So I also pray for all of the workers, volunteers and otherwise, trying to get the area cleaned up and back to a healthy living environment.
Just in case: Because of the support expressed above, you might feel a nudge toward joining the Stampin' Up! community as a demonstrator. If you have questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, contact me here, click here for more information, or locate a demonstrator near you.
Below is a peak at the starter kit product suggestions. Because you may already have many or even all of the suggested products, Stampin' Up! allows for full customization of your personal starter kit.
So, as I said, because of the support I've enjoyed from Stampin' Up! corporate, I continue as a loyal demonstrator. If you're not yet ready to become a demonstrator, I understand. It may not be right for you, for right now or ever. But if you know someone who has been considering it, please refer them here.
Regardless of whether you're interested, you are invited to pray, or continue to pray, with me and Stampin' Up! for the victims of Hurricane Mathew.
Thanks for stopping by, Michelle