Those are the dates of Stampin' Up!'s annual convention for 2014, located in Salt Lake City. Any new recruit, from July 1, 2013 to when registration closes (April I'm thinking) will get their convention registration for FREE! Room, board and transportation is not included. :)
SU!'s convention is THE event of the year, full of samples, ideas, education, friendship, fun and much much more. I haven't missed one since I signed up in April 1996.
If you've been thinking of joining the Stampin' Up! family, this is just another little incentive. Call (209-352-1059) or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions. I would love to have you join my team.
This photo is from last year's convention, Stampin' Up!'s 25th anniversary. There were around 7000 attendees. Normal is 2500-3500 attendees. Regardless of the size of the crowd, the convention is extremely well organized and moves smoothly. And the value for your $ is incomparable.
Meeting up with friends from across the country:
And new friends from around the world. We met up with, and exchanged ideas with, demonstrators from Australia and New Zealand, Germany and the UK:
And what would Convention be like without roommates? Our little 4-some has been together for 4 years now and we met online via Sudsol, the online business only demonstrator group I belong to:
You never have enough stamps or embellishments, so getting a prize from the PRIZE PATROL is a big treat!
Or how about having your nails painted by a Stampin' Up! employee who's using one of 2013's Memento Mall goodies: In Color Nail Polish!
And finally, the 2014 Convention dates announcement. The dates have now been finalized to 17-19 July, 2014.
That's just a little hint of what Stampin' Up!'s annual Convention is all about. I didn't take photos in the class rooms but you do get a lot of information to help in running your business from many different perspectives from the assortment of classes that are offered.
I hope you'll consider giving me a call if you've been thinking about joining Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator. You can run your business on your terms. Yes, as a demonstrator you get a product discount, word of promos before the general stamping population and sneak peaks of products. It's just so rewarding and such great therapy.