In addition to SWAPs, there’s lots of hospitality room fun on the Stampin’ Up! incentive trips*. This is the hang out place where you spin the wheel for free logo stuff and gab with staff and other demonstrators. Plus, they always have a photo op area with props. So, I of course had to take advantage of that.
Every day of the trip including arrival day, you spin the wheel to see which of 3 items you win. They also have a wild space where you get to pick whatever you want. Other than that, you have to trade around to get what you really wanted. Luckily, I pretty much got what I wanted plus made a trade or two. Here’s my haul: a black beanie, wood cell phone stand, vinyl sticker, Swedish dish cloth, metal key ring, deck of cards, and cell phone lanyard.
They also had these cool Polaroid cameras on the tables that took cute little Polaroid photos. Once I realized the cameras were there, I started collecting photos with friends and one with the hubby. The tape measure in the photo was given to me by another demonstrator…so nice of her!
Me and Amy in the hospitality room:
They announced on the trip that the incentive trip for 2025 will be Disney World! So, in the hospitality room, they had cake pops dressed up like Mickey & Minnie.
I love all the hospitality room fun and visits with my Stampin’ Up! family. I still have lots of photos to share from our amazing trip so stay tuned!
*The claims published here are not representative of the typical Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. The level of sales required to achieve the incentive trip is accomplished by less than .001 percent of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators.