Business Women’s Day is Today!

Way back in 1949, the American Business Women's Association was founded by Hilary A. Bufton, Jr. and three other Kansas City business women. The first Business Women's Day was observed in 1982. In 1983, a joint Congressional resolution was passed and signed by President Ronald Reagan establishing September 22 as Business Women's Day.

I am proud to consider myself a business woman who owns a rubber stamping and paper crafting business. The thing I like best about owning my own business is that I can determine how much I make and how much I work. Of course, if I put in little work, I will get little income but at least I have control of my hours and income. The beautiful thing about being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator is that the company welcomes people who want to build their business as a career and those who just want to do a small side business to keep themselves in stamps. Can you imagine owning your own business where going to work is fun because you are doing something about which you are passionate? The extra money is an added bonus.

Are you thinking that you would love extra money to help pay bills or pay for little extras in life? Are you wanting a job where you can express your creativity, have fun, and earn money? Can you imagine yourself owning your own business where you can set your working hours around the family's schedule? Then give me a call or send me an email for more information about this great business opportunity. Don't delay though, you could be starting your new business this week!

Hope to hear from you soon,

Sue

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