Wow this was a wild and fun filled week in Orlando and it’s hard to believe it was only last week. On Saturday we had two secessions a morning and a afternoon. The morning was filled with recognition and achievements. People walked the stage for anniversaries, we had 3 people in attendance that had been with the company for 30 years. Two of which are in my Stampin’ Up! Family tree. And this is how it goes Jill Olsen (is my 3rd great grand mother) and Janet Baker (4th great grandmother) in my Stampin’ Up! Family tree originally. But, since people have dropped or passed away it would have changed just a little.
During the awards and walks they announced and had all the million dollar achievers this year come out on stage.
Brandy Cox Mary Polcin and Tami White walked for their 2 million achievement as well
After the walks on stage and all the announcements we spilt into two different groups and went to two different trainings. I attended the Centerstage Leadership Training with Shannon West and my fellow Centerstage attendees.
There were a few presentations that morning as well Janet Wakeland (whom I didn’t get a chance to meet sadly) presenter her Million Dollar Stamp Set Artfully Aware.
I can’t wait to get my hands on it in December with the Demonstrator Preorder.
I also got to meet some new friends along the way.
That afternoon Sara and Shelli took the stage and stamped and show us their takes on different stamp sets. It’s fun to watch because their styles are so different.
Shellie is a crier so Sara came out with a box of tissues.
Sara also brought two of her daughters onstage to stamp with her.
It was a very fun day at the end of the day the entire Gardner family came on stage at the end. Normally the rule has been that the kids can’t attend until they turn 12 but since this was the 30th Anniversary Shelli wanted everyone in attendance.
Thanks for dropping by today for my final recap of OnStage Orlando. I will be sharing one of my swap cards this afternoon so be on the watch for that post.