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PLEASE! MAKE THE EMAILS STOP!!

18 June 2008

Media contact:  Dana Robinson, Stampin’ Up!, 801 257 5336, drobinson@stampinup.com
                          Elizabeth Gray, Stampin’ Up!, 801 257 5329, egray@stampinup.com

 

PLEASE! MAKE THE EMAILS STOP!!


SALT LAKE CITY - How many times have you thought this over the last three days – o.k. – over the last three hours? The average office worker sends and receives 108 emails per day, and “being connected” is definitely not making our lives happier. A 2007 American Psychological Association (APA) survey showed that 48 percent of Americans feel their lives have become more stressful in the last five years due to work encroaching on personal time and people being made available 24/7 through PDAs and cell phones.

Stampin’ Up! is declaring June eScape month, and is encouraging everyone to get involved in a movement to celebrate the creativity of handmade cards and letters, and the personal connection they create when given to others. The official call to take a break and eScape from some of the excessive e-communications is June 25, although Stampin’ Up! independent consultants called “demonstrators,”  will hold various stamping events throughout the month of June to kick off eScape.

Card making enthusiasts of all skill levels are encouraged to come together and share their creative passion for the art of personal and hand crafted communication. Disconnect, unplug and unwind, and get back in touch with your “wireless” network. It’s time to eScape!

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Stampin' Up!, a 19-year-old, $240-million, direct-sales company, designs and manufactures an exclusive line of decorative rubber stamp sets and offers accessories for home décor, greeting cards, craft projects and scrapbooking. Its products are not sold in retail stores, but may be purchased at home workshops or through a network of independent sales consultants called Stampin' Up! "demonstrators." Currently, more than 47,000 demonstrators from the United States, Canada, and Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany and the United Kingdom teach the art of stamping and share their enthusiasm for stamping, scrapbooking, card making, and home decor. www.stampinup.com

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