Saturday, October 5, 2013

A SAD DAY FOR THE SCRAPBOOK INDUSTRY

< I have been reading and hearing many comments concerning the recent announcement of Archivers in Nashville closing. It is sad that the industry has taken yet another very hard hit. Unfortunately, it is us, the consumers who need to recognize that we are the ones who ultimately make those decisions. In this current economy, it is very difficult for a "brick and mortar" to compete with catalog and online companies who carry no every day overhead. If having a "brick and mortar" where we can see and touch the product, where we can ask questions and receive personal assistance, where we can take classes and learn about new products and techniques and where we can make and build friendships with others who love what we love is important to us . . . then it is imperative that we support them. Sassy is still here, ladies, and we are that store for you.

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