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A First on Fox

I was on our local Fox News affiliate this morning—my first time in many years to do a news show. The morning news was covering a scrapbook expo held here in Salt Lake City, and Stampin’ Up! actually has a booth where we are promoting Stampin’ Up!, including our new Paper Pumpkin. So the news team invited us to do a quick spot.

Morning talk shows are a little different; they feel a little more comfortable and casual. I wasn’t sure what to expect with the news angle, but it wasn’t that much different. The spot was short, the host (Keri Cronk) was gracious, and we kept the focus on the news angle they had asked for—crafting and creativity can be quick and easy. . . anyone can do it!

Of course, that’s exactly what Paper Pumpkin is all about, so I had no problem with that! I barely had time to mount a stamp and didn’t have time to demonstrate anything, but that’s news for you. I haven’t seen the spot myself yet (can’t find the link on the Fox 13 Utah news site; I’ll keep looking and I’ll share it if I find it), but I’m grateful for the opportunity to share a great product and a great company!


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Reader Comments (3)

I was watching the news this morning when I saw your beautiful, smiling face, Shelli! You are always so calm and graceful when you are in front of any camera. It was fun to see you plug Paper Pumpkin. Hope everything goes well for SU this weekend at the Expo!
March 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKathryn Whittaker
That is awesome! What a honor!
March 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterWinnie
You go girl..I'm laughing thinking about you possibly picking up a discounted item like at convention..lol dodged that bullet...I'm sure you were perfect as always,
March 26, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPam Strobel

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