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Since all of these virtual show have started my calendar is quite full. I hope it doesn't end. I have seen and purchased from many vendors I may never have known about. KEEP IT GOING!
— Cyndie W.
I too am enjoying these virtual expos. The best thing is finding out about vendors that don’t do the California show I attend. I have discovered many wonderful vendors and purchased from them.
— Diana Y.
I hope the Expo comes back and will continue to support the best I can, so many wonderful memories over the past few years! I must agree SSBE has a great grasp on the technology, their FB broadcasts are seamless and best I’ve seen.
— Laura L.
Well, I want to thank you so much for having these @home events!
In my area, San Diego, there are NO SCRAPBOOK STORES so I always look so forward to the live Expo and all the classes. Now, during the "Covid Era", I look so forwars to these onlone events! I am high risk and shouldn't attend a :live" class even if there were ay. I an so gateful for the @home events and theMega Make & Take kits. I cannot even express! I was also so thrilled to win a prize at the last one! (Yes, I'm Gushing!)So a BIG THANK YOU to you ALL who make this possible!
You are all very much appreciated
— Happily Crafting in San Diego
I am so thankful for these virtual shows! Love Dave and Vickyville and Sean. I definitely spend too much too frequently but when I'm home crafting so much and can't go out, I think it's ok. I would never be able to see and do so much if I had to travel anyway. I hope it continues even after live shows come back!!! Thanks for all you do!
— Carrie L.
My crafty weekend reflections: I really enjoy the SSBExpo@Home virtual events more than their competitors because of the presence of the crop hosts who we have been seeing and interacting with for years. The familiar presence and running commentary of Vickyville, ExpoDave and ScrappyBoySean during the weekend events gives it that real 'Expo flavor'. The evolution from the rough early pandemic events to the current sharp productions has been amazing! So while I do visit the other promotors virtual shows to check the coupons, I actually watch and purchase from the Expo vendors. I am grateful for the chance to pause from the daily grind and just accomplish more crafting. Hoping all the businesses will survive and we can shop in person next year. I better plant a money tree
— S. Bonnets