This year we are celebrating our 25th anniversary; our theme for the year is “Making a Difference for 25 Years.” Once a month, we will share the story of a demonstrator who has made a difference. If you’d like to share a story of how a fellow demonstrator has made a difference in your life, please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Joyce Pacer has made a significant difference in my life,” writes Veronica Miller. “She introduced me to Stampin' Up! and became my upline when I joined the Stampin’ Up! family. But she has taught me much more than rubber stamping!”
According to Veronica, Joyce started her rubber stamping business after she retired from teaching and has earned the title of Manager. She holds workshops, teaches classes, schedules stamping events for charities, has booths at local craft fairs, and supports her downline—all at the
young age of 78!”
“Joyce is a talented artist and businesswoman, active in her church and community, a pet lover, and Marshall University Thundering Herd fan,” Veronica observes. Yet, as busy as she is, she always has time to learn something new. She keeps up with current events, technology, and her grandchildren. She not only inspires me to be creative but to look forward to my own retirement. I want to be as active and have as much fun as she does when I grow up!”