Ideally, we would all have a local scrapbook store on the route between home, work, school and the grocery store. Unfortunately, the gap between the ideal “product access” situation and reality for most of us is getting bigger, not smaller. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has seen a retail store close in her ‘neck of the woods.’
Memory Works to the rescue.
If you’re not familiar with Memory Works (our sponsored giveaway today) all you really need to know is they are a fantastic resource for new product, product information in general and best of all “in person” scrapbooking help.
Not only can you have your very own Memory Works consultant to teach you and keep you in the know, you can subscribe to Memory Works Express montly kit club, through your consultant. And, unlike other consultant based companies, Memory Works consultants sell the products you already know and love.
I had the awesome opportunity of speaking at the Memory Works convention in 2008 and can honestly say it was one of the very best events I’ve ever been a part of. The only thing better than speaking to fellow scrapbook consumers, is speaking to fellow scrapbook consumers who are voluntarily committed to spreading the good word. I could literally feel the passion in the room as I spoke to these consultants and we had a wonderful time after my presentation, talking and learning from each other.
So, I’m thrilled to do a giveaway for the Memory Works Express NOVEMBER kit of the month. This kit, called Bah Humbug will help you ring in the holidays which according to me are now officially upon us!
Memory Works kits are generally valued at $35 dollars and are available for just $29.99
Here’s what you need to do, to win.
Visit memoryworks.com and click on the “Find a Consultant” tab and enter your zip code to see what pops up. Hopefully, you’ll discover a consultant near you and you can add her name and number to your address book.
I know, I always make you “work” for the prize, but … you’ll thank me. This way if you don’t win, you’ll know who to call. If you don’t have a consultant near you, you could always become one!