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Thursday, 23 August 2012

Common Misconceptions

With the Spooktacular promotion that's happening now at Stampin' Up!, I've been receiving a lot of questions about what it takes to be a Demonstrator.  I thought I'd take a moment to explain how it can work.

I joined Stampin' Up! as a way to supplement the household income.  I set goals for myself and work towards those each month.  However, you don't need to do that.

Stampin' Up! is very flexible when it comes to how you run YOUR business.  It starts with your Demonstrator Kit.  For $125 you customize the kit the way YOU want it.  You get to choose $155 worth of product from any of the current Stampin' Up! catalogs.  This can be anything from traditional stamping and scrapbooking tools to our full line of digital products.  You'll also get a business supplies kit, valued at $70, which contains things like order forms, catalogs and more.  You starter kit has a value of $225 and ships for FREE, for only $125.

Demonstrators earn 20% on all commissionable merchandise.  That means as a Demo, you save 20% on all catalog items.  If you're not looking to join Stampin' Up! as a business venture, why not join just to save on the products you know and love?
On your very first order as a new Demo, you earn 30%!!!

How you run your business is totally up to you.  There are lots of different types of Demonstrators.  Some are strictly hobby demonstrators that joined Stampin' Up! for the discount.  Others are part-time Demos doing workshops or classes every couple months; while others still, have made Stampin' Up! their full-time job and earn six figures.

If you decide to join my team in August, you'll also get the Howl-o-ween project kit valued at $75 for FREE.  That means your starter kit now has a $300 value, all for only $125.

If you'd like to talk to me more about becoming a demonstrator, please email or call any time, 289-280-0304

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