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Customer Loyalty Program


I really love my customers!  To show that love, if you make anything with my beads (glass or enamel) and your piece gets published in a magazine, I'll give you a special 30% off coupon for use in my SueBeads web store, or my SueBeads etsy store!  If you get multiple items published, you can certainly earn multiple credits!  I just need the link or a photo of the magazine article! 

Comments

Marie Cramp said…
Oh! I am so up for that!! :)
Jettabug said…
Hey Sue,
Love this idea!! Especially since I just got a pair of earrings published using your enamel filigree rounds and they are in Stringing Magazine's Winter 2012 issue!!:)
I don't know how to attach pics here so I'll send my pics to you via etsy convo.
Have a great day,
Rejetta x
Sharyl said…
Cool, I'll have to keep this in mind! :-) It might encourage me to stop hoarding them all and use a few! ha!

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