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Brenna Pearce, Editor:
The FabJob Guide to Become a Stationery Store Owner takes you step-by-step through what you need to know to open and operate your own stationery store or greeting card store. The guide offers insider advice from experts currently working in the stationery industry to help you achieve your own success as a stationery store owner.”
Kristie Lee Wagner, Owner, Anjénu, Chicago, Illinois:
When customers walk in and say … ‘I love this shop’ it can be so rewarding.”
Cathy Zuniga, Owner, Paperie & Co, Dallas, Texas:
The most rewarding thing for me is the personal relationships I have developed with my customers. Be it a bride that returns time and again, then becomes a mother and returns time and again and then brings her children in to start them on stationery products, to just a customer searching for a unique and personal gift.” (Cathy and Kristie are two of the stationery store owners and experts who give advice in this FabJob guide.)
Tamara E. Holmes, Essence Magazine:
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