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Fall workshop schedule updated - Cut Your Grocery Bills in Half!

Posted August 2, 2010

Interested in learning how to cut your grocery bills in half? Want to get to the next level in your grocery and drug store savings? Following are my Fall workshops that are open to the public. I'll be adding more workshops during the next couple months, but there are already a number of Triangle area classes on the schedule.

If you are interested in having me teach a workshop for your church, conference or neighborhood or a lunch and learn class at your business, send me an e-mail at

Following is the list of scheduled workshops.  Times, locations, workshop fees and registration information can be found HERE.

August 17 - Wake Forest

September 16 - Johnston Community College, Cleveland Annex (between Garner and Clayton, about 25 minutes from Raleigh

September 25 - Wake Tech Community College, Cary Campus

October 7 - Aging with Gusto Event, Currituck County, NC

October 9 - WRAL Studios, Raleigh, NC

November 6 - Wake Tech Community College, Cary Campus

November 30 - Johnston Community College, Cleveland Campus (between Garner and Clayton, about 25 minutes from Raleigh)


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Aug 3, 2010

    Thanks to all of you for your interest in the upcoming classes! The August 17th class is now full and is no longer accepting registrations. Looking forward to seeing many of you there!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Aug 2, 2010

    Thanks K! That was really kind of you to post about your experience!

    I am still amazed after 10 years of couponing that I can save so much money!

  • KLW Aug 2, 2010

    If you haven't attended one of Faye's seminars, you should consider it...I'm an experienced couponer and I still learned a lot! It will amaze you and change your life for the better when you start to see the fruits of your labor (and calling it labor is a misnomer because it's so easy to shop smarter).