- I love a good bargain. What kind of discount would I get?
I love a good bargain too and Demonstrators receive a 20% discount on Stampin’ Up product they buy personally or sell to others (it goes up from there based on how much you sell). If you do nothing else, join for the discount!
- Are there any other perks for being a demonstrator?
Oh my there are SO many great perks! As demonstrators, we receive the catalogs a month early so we can order before any of our friends. It’s so fun to get stamps before anyone else.
When you join my team you’ll also have free access to all my “Let’s Get Creative” tutorials plus LOTS of tutorials as new stamp sets and bundles come out. My goal is to make stamping fun and simple for you to share with others or for you use in your personal stamp time.
I think the greatest perk of all is being a part of a stamping community. What’s more rewarding than friends? I do most of my sharing via Facebook and I have a great group of stampers who love to share projects and ideas. I share fun monthly challenges that help you in your stamping and those are always really popular.
You’re never alone when you join my team but you don’t just get me but four of my favorite Stampin’ Up friends. We are known as the Creativate Team. I’m sure you recognize some, if not, all of them.
We have a great library of training videos just waiting for you along with weekly Live events online. These ladies and I have all earned spots in the “Top 100 US Demonstrators” and collectively we have close to 100 years of experience to share with you. So, you don’t just get my training but training from the BEST in the company. I am honored to be a part of something so unique and I hope you will choose to be a part of it too.
- Is there a minimum I need to sell?
In order to remain a demonstrator, Stampin’ Up has a quarterly minimum of $300 a quarter (which actually wouldn’t start until SEPTEMBER if you signed up now). You would not have to reach the $300 minimum until the end of DECEMBER.
- What if I join and then decide its not for me?
It’s a win-win when you join but if you decide it’s not for you, there is no obligation to stay. No penalty, no nasty gram from Stampin’ Up or from me, just a thank you for giving it a try. No hurt feelings if you decide it’s not for you.
On the other hand, should you want to try to have a class or event you can! You might find that it’s a lot of fun and then you can use your profits towards your own stamp purchases. And if you prefer to be your best customer, I support you 100%!
My thought is this…why wouldn’t you want to enjoy a 20% discount for awhile?
Listen, this is YOUR business to run any way you want. Your goals are YOUR goals and my job is to cheer you on to meet those goals. I will never hound you, push you, or shame you into doing anything you don’t want. I’ve always considered myself a cheerleader more than a coach barking out orders.