Leaving Prints Company Profile and Interview

Leaving Prints was created in 2002 under the direction of Bobby and Charlene Lawrence. It is located in Orem, Utah and has been steadily climbing the scrapbook product direct sales ladder ever since.

Bobby and Charlene began their business venture after successfully launching and franchising several karate training schools. Bobby knew of Charlene’s passion for scrapbooking and taking his knowledge and experience with direct sales, they launched Leaving Prints.

A quote from the Leaving Prints website:

Bobby has worked directly with several large and successful direct sales companies and is a veteran of the industry having over 19 years experience. Bobby and Charlene love being involved in directing the efforts of Leaving Prints and helping guide the direction of its incredible Instructor leaders, Instructor force, and the wonderful Leaving Prints products.

This is still a rather new company, but they jumped in head first and are coming out on top. At this point, there are more than seven thousand Independent Instructors for Leaving Prints, nationwide. That is an awful large number of scrapbookers who jumped on this company in the past four years!

I had the opportunity to interview Leaving Prints Consultant, Casandra Farman, and here is what she had to say about her fabulous company.

Nicole: What types of products does Leaving Prints offer?

Casandra Farman: We offer albums, Kits that are as small as 2 pages and as big as a full album, we have paper packs, die cuts, the Coluzzle system that is greatly priced, eyelets and brads. We offer a lot of things that I haven’t seen other companies offer.

Nicole: I know that Leaving Prints has grown a lot. It seems you are always offering new products or something like that.

Casandra Farman: The new fall/winter inventory just came out. It is full of new Halloween, Autumn, Winter and Holidays items along with new Albums and kits.

Nicole: How exciting! And how much does it cost to become a Leaving Prints Consultant?

Casandra Farman: There are 2 different start up kits that you need to purchase, but there isn’t a fee to actually start up.

The last part of this interview will be posted later today here at families.com. Watch the scrapbooking blog for more inmportant information on this amazing home business that you can have!

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