Stampin' Up!'s mission statement, called its Statement of the Heart, reads: "To love what we do and share what we love, as we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments . . . in this we make a difference." To help fulfill this statement, Stampin' Up! launched its Making a Difference program in 2003. This program facilitates corporate giving and promotes service among demonstrators and employees.
Joining Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator requires the purchase of a Starter Kit for $175.00. There are two kits to choose from, and each contains an assortment of products and business supplies worth over $340.00. Stampin' Up! demonstrators receive a 20 percent product discount and first access to new product lines and designs.
Stampin Up! holds a weekly call for people who would like to learn more about becoming a demonstrator. A representative from Stampin Up!'s home office discusses the company's history and philosophy, products, and opportunities. A question and answer session follows.
Stampin' Up! demonstrators keep 20 percent of the personal net sales they earn through workshops and customer direct sales. They can also recruit other demonstrators and earn commissions on their downline's sales (requires personal monthly sales of at least $300.00). Stampin' Up! demonstrators earn higher commissions as their sales increase, and can also earn cash bonuses, product bonuses, incentive trips, and other awards.
Stampin' Up! is a member of the DSA.
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Stampin Up CEO Steps Down Temporarily
February 18, 2015 -- The co-founder and CEO of Stampin' Up, Shelli Gardner, announced that she is leaving the company for a year to serve with her husband on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Gardner plans to return to work after the year-long mission is over.
"When we return, life will resume as usual. I intend to return to work because I love what I do and ...
Middle School Students Create Art with Stampin Up
Karen Schindler and Karen Hinckley, demonstrators for Stampin' Up, a home retailer, created a stamping club for the students at Center Middle School. They have been meeting with students for five years and they purchase the materials and stamps from Stampin Up for the students to use so there is no expense. "We get together with the kids about every other week, roughly, and it's been really nic...
Stampin Up Changes Electronic Communication Policy
Stampin Up recently emailed changes to the Stampin Up policy on using electronic communications:Q: If I have a Stampin' Up! blog where I promote my Stampin' Up! business and a personal blog that I keep separate from my Stampin' Up! business, do the same guidelines apply to both blogs? A: Yes. As a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, any presence you have in the electronic communications world (blog, we...
Stampin Up Wins Readers Choice Award
For the ninth year in a row, Stampin' Up! has won Creative Keepsakes magazine's coveted Readers' Choice Award for its core product - decorative rubber stamps - as well as the categories of Stamping Inks , Software and Idea Books. Creating Keepsakes calls Stampin' Up! results a "sweep" in these respective categories. During the economic downturn, Stampin' Up! has also seen renewed interest in its d...
Stampin Up Hosting Holiday Extravaganza
KANNAPOLIS - The Kannapolis Intimidators baseball team has recently received new inventory in the "Intimidation Station" souvenir store.The new merchandise includes crew sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts and fleece blankets. The Intimidation Station also has T-shirts, hats, player trading cards, mini-bats and much more. for the holidays, customers receive $10 off any purchase of $50.The Intimi...
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