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Old 03-07-2005, 09:45 AM   #41
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Hi Tina WELCOME to this forum

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I have one new recruit who just signed up for the discount and that is cool...of course her DH asks her, "So does this mean you HAVE to order something EVERY week?" LOL I about died when she said that to me!!! I just told her to tell him atleast now she gets a discount when she orders!!! LOL
& I must add the DH is very supportive He at first thought I 'needed' to buy a box of stamps every week cause I was ordering so much hahaha I almost told him yes just for fun.

The discounts for being a hobby demo are GREAT ~ You'll be very pleased with SU ! congrats
And there she is!!! LOL Hey girl!!! I wondered if you were going to read this post...
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Old 03-07-2005, 10:14 AM   #42
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There are great benefits to being a hobby demo
like Mr Brown is on his way TODAY
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Old 03-08-2005, 12:36 AM   #43
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Hi all, I'm sooooo thinking of becoming a demo too. I'm also looking into another stamp company I found online, that is TAC which features unmounted stamps on acrylic blocks? I'm rather confused about that as I have come to love the SU sets over the last 2 months since my first workshop. I had two and earned tons of free stuff. And my wishlist is no where near complete so I think I need to do this in order to save the most money since I have a hunch I'm going to keep buying anyway.

The only reason I thought of signing up with TAC is because then my friend (my demo) and I can swap discounts, but I remain leary about the umnounted system.

If any of you fine ladies can provide me some insight I'd really appreciate it.

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Old 03-21-2005, 04:36 AM   #44
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I have been a hobby demo for over 3 years. I love the discount and I love going to demo activities such as convention. I will be going to my 3rd convention this year! After I get the new catalog, I flag EVERYTHING that I want. I then break that down into quarters. By the time I do that (and add in paper here and there) I have my quarterly minimums everytime AND get everything in the catalog that I want!!!

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