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We love to see that our products are bringing you business and help you grow on the road to success. Today we have a heart-warming story from Maggie of Maggie J Photography, "I have been purchasing and using your products for a while now. I wish I could have them all...needed or not. They help me tremendously in running my business and wow my clients with new ideas and slick designs. I wanted to share a quick success story with you.

I participate in a 2-day bridal show in January every year. It's my favorite show, and I've had luck in booking some brides from this show in the past years. This year, I was looking for something different and unique to display to catch the visitors' eye and to be remembered. I feel in love with your canvas templates: 70 Reasons to Love Me and  Album On A Wall: Best of Both Worlds. I purchased these and decided to feature a couple of my favorite weddings from 2011 instead of doing another sample album. The outcome was fantastic! I actually had people coming up and taking cell phone photos of the heart. There were so many comments and wows. These two products definitely kept brides and moms and couples in my booth much longer than any of the previous shows. Now here is the best part! I booked one bride on the spot!!! I booked 2 more within a week! AND, I have 3 more coming to meet with me. This is absolutely AMAZING, and I just wanted to share this little story with you so that you see as a fact that you make a huge difference in our lives and businesses. Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!" Thank you so much for sharing this with us Maggie! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate to the shop and book some more brides


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