My Coupon Class at the Blount County Library on July 9th

Friday, June 26, 2009 Hand-posted by Jennifer

I hope you will join me at the Blount County Library on Thursday, July 9th at 7pm as I lead a workshop on how to save money.  Below is a flyer that I made for the Coupon Workshop and I invite you all to come!


Couponing Stretches Dollars


Are you ready to save hundreds of dollars each month on your groceries? Want to learn how for FREE?

Coupon FolderI will share some of my smart shopping tactics for saving money on your grocery bill by using coupons. Workshop participants will learn that there are ways to get products for free or even at a profit by simply using coupons effectively.  I will also discuss strategies for organizing your coupons and some of the newer resources to making couponing easier.

Please join us at this wonderful workshop to learn how to save an average of 50-75% off retail pricing just by matching coupons with sale prices in the store.

 

Gift Basket with border
Above is a Housewarming Gift Basket that I recently created using my stockpile. The retail value of all the merchandise is $200 and I only paid $20 out of pocket for all of the items after using coupons.

“Couponing Stretches Dollars”
Coupon Workshop

FREE Admission & Door Prize

Blount County Library
Sharon Lawson Room
508 N Cusick Street
Maryville, TN 37803

Thursday July 9th
7pm – 8:30pm

Email: jennifer@couponmommie.com

Web: www.couponmommie.com

4 comments:

  1. Gabrielle said...

    I'm so excited for you! You are going to be amazing!!!! Thank you for giving of yourself--your time, your talents, and your knowledge to help others!

  2. Stamper Couponing Couple said...

    Congrats... also, I got an email from you today and my virus scanner said it was a phishing email and would not allow me to open it... wanted to make you aware of this.

  3. liza said...

    You can save money on online shopping by taking advantage of printable coupons, deals, discounts, promotions, and special codes at http://www.clickmycoupon.com.

  4. Anonymous said...

    That is awesome! I will consider hosting a class at my local library soon! Maybe right before the holidays.

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