Sunday, 25 October 2009

What's stopping you from signing up?

Have I ever mentioned how much fun it is being a Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator? That you’ll meet like-minded people, make new friends, learn fantastic new techniques and... wait for it... get paid for it, too?

Have I ever mentioned that being a demonstrator is so flexible that you can work at it as much or as little as you like? That you don’t even have to do workshops if you don’t want to? But that the rewards are there if you do have the time (and the inclination) to turn it into a successful business?

Have I ever told you that the Starter Kit contains more than £240 of stamping and business supplies? And that you can change some of the supplies to suit your personal tastes? That it’s a mega-bargain even if you never plan to demonstrate? That it’s a no-risk investment because, no matter what happens, you get to keep the kit?

Have I ever told you that you have until the end of your first FULL quarter to meet your first sales target? So that, if you signed up during November, you would have until the end of March?

Have I ever told you about all the extra rewards you can earn with Stampin’ Up!? That you earn the same benefits on your own orders as a hostess does, so lots of freebies could come your way? And have I ever mentioned the chance to earn 15 free stamp sets in your first six months?

I’m sure I must have ... but I know I haven’t told you this: if you sign up before 13th November, you’ll get 10% off the Starter Kit, making it an even bigger bargain at just £125!

What’s holding you back? Why not email me today and see if I can allay your fears?

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