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Couponing workshop at Wilson Comm. College on Tuesday

Posted June 11, 2010

There are still some seats available for the Cut Your Grocery Bills in Half workshop I am teaching at Wilson Community College on Tuesday. Here are the details and registration info:

Date: Tuesday, June 15

Wilson Community College workshop - Cut Your Grocery Bills in Half!

Time: 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Cost: $20.00 per person

Location: Wilson Community College, Wilson, NC
902 Herring Avenue, Wilson, NC 27893

To register: Contact Lisa Shreve at (252) 246-1233 or lshreve@wilsoncc.edu


Here is the information for the upcoming, first-ever Coupon Camp at Wake Tech Community College Campus in Cary. It will be lots of fun and the most comprehensive workshop I have taught on cutting grocery bills.


Date: Saturday, June 26

Coupon Camp!

Wake Tech Community College, Cary Campus

This brand new workshop is a more in-depth version of the regular class on cutting grocery bills in half. It includes a 6-hour adventure with lunch, a field trip to the grocery store and a copy of my book, The Smart Spending Guide!

Time: 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Cost: $40.00 per person (workshop fee includes lunch, cost of class, materials and book, "The Smart Spending Guide")

Location: Wake Tech Comm. College, Western Wake Campus, 3434 Kildaire Farm Road, Cary, NC 27518

To Register: Go to http://conted.waketech.edu/, click on Continuing Education Schedules and Registration in the middle of the page, search for Course Code Number: CSP-4000G5-57604, check the Coupon Camp box and click submit to get to the registration page.

At each of the workshops you will discover how to:

· Buy free food, bath & body products every week
· Effectively use coupons for items you already buy
· Use weekly sales ads in conjunction with coupons
· Understand store coupon and sale policies for area stores
· Use drug store rebates for fabulous deals
· Develop an easy to follow weekly meal plan your whole family will love
· Master many other techniques that will help you save significant amounts of money
· Purchase food so inexpensively, you will have extras to donate to your local food bank or shelter!


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  • wcotton Jun 16, 2010

    A great workshop! Very inspiring to hear the deals out there that can be made with a little determination and dedication. Thanks Fay!