One last post about my trip to SLC and the Stampin' Up! On Stage Convention.
There was so much to see and do over the 7 days that I was in SLC. So many friends to see and spend time with, so much to learn and many friends and accomplishments to celebrate.
First stop after I landed was a Diners Drive-Ins and Dives place called the Blue Plate Diner.
It was early morning, so I had the Veggie Omlet- it was as big as my head!
Next, it was off to the Salt Palace Convention Center for rehearsal and hanging with the SU staff backstage. It was so much fun and really helped me relax before my live presentation.
Shelli Gardner- Co Founder of Stampin' Up! and Sara Douglass- CEO, with Janna the fabulous make-up Artist, and Marlee their assistant, prepping backstage.
Making a back-up video, just in case..
The night before the kick off of Convention, my friends, Cindy, Linda and I had a Premiere Kick Off Party to celebrate our teams. The theme was "Apple of My Eye" because our girls definitely are that!
Here they all are at our cute apple themed table.
Our demonstrators friends from Hawaii, are ready for the Opening Session of Convention. Don't Martha, Cindy and Zeny look awesome in their matching Hawaiian shirts?
It's so fun to get to see friends that we don't see often. This is our friend Dawn from Michigan.
A live band, balloons and confetti to get the crowd going!
There was a special dinner for Silver Elites and above that night and a dueling piano show that was so fun and hilarious!
It was a great black and white affair at the Grand America Hotel.
My presentation was the following morning.
Next was our Advisory Board Alumni Dinner at Gracies in SLC. I celebrated with my Advisory Board sisters from both years that I served, and all of the other Alumni over the past 25 years.
My AB sisters Cindy and Linda...
and Lisa and Robyn.
Our final day. Its so much fun when my bestie, Raelene, is part of my team.
My #1 Stampers Team, rocks! Raelene, Me, Connie, Kathy, Kristi and Alyssa, representing Pittsburgh, PA!
My friends, Cindy, Linda and I celebrated our Sales Milestones that day. We all reached our goals of $500,000, $600,000 and $1 million in personal career sales, respectively.
That evening we celebrated, "Million Dollar Linda" with a surprise dinner at the amazing Roof Restuarant in SLC.
Lest not forget, one of the best parts of Convention are the Sample Boards. Here's just a few:
And the NEW In Colors: 2016-2017- they are gorgeous!
Whew, well I think that wraps it up in a nut shell. I hope you enjoyed seeing a little of what happens at the Stampin' Up Convention. Maybe one day, you too, will join me as part of my #1 Stampers team.
Until the next time...
Keep on Stampin' and Come back again soon!