Convention ’08 – Day 2 Afternoon

August 4, 2008 at 10:58 pm | Posted in Convention 2008, Stampin' Up! | Leave a comment

After our first Opening Session, all 6,000 of us swarmed out of the Main Stage and down the hall to the lunch room.  On each table was this sweet plate of cupcakes!

cupcake plate by you.

cupcake by you.

I love the little details from Stampin’ Up! that make each day at Convention special!

 

After lunch, my first class was about our Demonstrator Business Websites.  We got a sneek peak at the new designs for the next catalog period, and glimpses of the online ordering screens.  It looks good!  (Much better than our current online catalog.)  And my next class was about the recruiting opportunity.

 

My last thing that day was Demonstrator Theater.  Successful demonstrators shared some business tips and stamping projects.

The first demo was Wendy Knowles, who really impressed me.  She has five kids and has been a demonstrator for fifteen years!  She said something that I am going to claim as a theme for my workshops this year “K I S S – Keep It Simple and SANE”.  She stressed that fast and easy projects were much more fun for guests.  She said to save the fancier stuff for displays, classes, and clubs.  The other demonstrators, Marlayne Hardy and Mary Polcin (the first demonstator to sell $1 Million dollars in her career) were great, too!  They all had great projects to show us!

 

   

   

I went to dinner with my roommates.  After hearing about my delicious sandwich at the Nauvoo Cafe, they wanted to try it out.  We all loved it!  The restaurant is on the bottom floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, with a beautiful lobby.  We took a group photo there.

roommates by you.

Tammi (Jen’s friend), Jen, Robin, Dallas & Me

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