The other day I got a card from Stampin' Up!'s President. I didn't realize who it was from at first; it was a card shaped envelope with the Stampin' Up! corporate address on it. I knew that someone there was doing a campaign to bring back hand stamped birthday cards but it wasn't my birthday…hmmmm. I do know a couple of people there from having been with Stampin' Up! for so many years but there wasn't anything special going on…hmmmmm. So when I opened it I was shocked to see that it was from Rich Jutkins, Stampin' Up!'s President! Take a look:

Card from Stampin' Up! President

He sent me this card to congratulate me on a milestone achievement I had made in my business. To be honest, while I knew I had crossed that threshold I wasn't really aware of it being a significant milestone. But Rich (as he makes himself known – he's a friendly guy!) wrote that he spotted it and wanted me to know how much he appreciated my work. And I bet he stamped the card himself, too! He gets up on stage at Stampin' Up! events to talk about the fiscal health of the company but he stamps projects while he does it! And he's pretty good!

I don't know if the company you work for does this sort of thing for you but this is an example of one of the things that Stampin' Up! DOES do that makes me deeply appreciate their care for and commitment to their demonstrators. You absolutely do not ever feel like “a number” even when your first milestone is earning the extra discount or attending your first event or signing up your first recruit. Stampin' Up! makes a point of – in fact it's a founding principle of the company – making every demonstrator feel valued and appreciated.

If you are looking for an opportunity that allows you complete flexibility (day to day, month to month, season to season), a chance to make some “fun” money or even grow into a full fledged income stream, a chance to get your goodies for less or for any reason YOU can think of, I would love to share more information with you. No pressure – ever!

If you would like to learn more, just email me at and let me know you would like to learn more. We can email or chat on the phone and I will answer all your questions. Then you decide and sign up if and when you are ready. And hey – you never know – you could be next to get a card from Stampin' Up!'s president!

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