Canadian Demonstrator Council (2018-2019): Alicja Krysiak (BC), Emilie Poncelet (QC), Raelene Lee (AB), Rebecca Wheeler (ON), Tamara Bertram (AB), Tina Zinck (NS), Zahra Premji (ON).
|Vancouver’s Seminar: Carrie (Dale’s assistant), me, Brian Pilling (from our home office in Utah), Zahra and Alicja, and Dale.|
|My sweet friend, Zahra, and I, just before our presentations in Vancouver.|
|Rebbeca’s presentations in Winnipeg were great!|
|Dale workin’ his magic on the crowd!|
|Our seminar in Moncton, NB, this past Spring.|
|I was so happy to see some of my “Serene Stampers” team members who came to the seminar in Moncton! I’ve missed these dear friends of mine!|
|After the seminar, we all enjoyed a meal together, with Dale and Carrie, before going our separate ways.|
|Emilie and Rebecca, at our Toronto seminar this past Spring!|
|We held two seminars in both Toronto and Vancouver – one in the morning and one in the afternoon. There was no stamping or creating – these seminars were 100% business training! We also had seminars in Quebec, Edmonton and Calgary, with Tamara, Emilie and Raelene presenting. Seriously, our council was amazing – I loved working amongst such incredible women, each who also motivated and inspired ME too!|
All our seminars went really well and I just loved meeting wonderful demonstrators across this great country of ours! We also had some of our fellow demonstrators present at a couple of our seminars too, and they each shared their stories and experiences, which was so awesome. It makes a massive difference to connect & learn from one another – nothing is more impactful than in-person events like these.
I hope those that attended our seminars received lots of great inspiration and motivation with the training we provided, to help their business grow. I can’t tell you how much gratitude I feel towards Stampin’ Up!, our amazing Canadian Demonstrator Manager, Dale, and our council members. Being a part of this council has truly been an honour – and an incredible experience for me – both professionally and personally.
|Some of Winnipeg seminar attendees this past weekend!|