2022 - Irving, Texas - A few ways to volunteer

Earn Extra Cash by Volunteering

Want to help us out at Stamp & Scrapbook Expo?
We call these "volunteer" positions, but you actually earn $10 per hour!

SOME ACTIVITIES YOU MIGHT DO AS A VOLUNTEER
  • EXPRESS WILL CALL: Hand out tickets, keepsake buttons, and Swag Bags
  • DOOR PRIZE: Hand out prizes to winners
  • LOBBY ATTENDANT: Greet people as they come in, give directions, hand out show guides
  • DOOR GUARD: Check for wrist bands, strollers, and oversized bags at the entrance
  • CROP ATTENDANT: Help attendees at the Crop and Tool Station
  • TEACHER'S PET: Assist in a workshop - set tables, collate kits, counting
BENEFITS OF BEING A VOLUNTEER
  • Work as much as you would like on one or all days of the Expo!
  • Free admission to shopping
  • Earn a Keepsake Button
  • $10 per hour cash
HOW IT WORKS
  • Availability of positions (time/day) will be posted through our Online Ticketing System
  • Register online and pay a $10 refundable reservation fee
  • Check in at the registration desk a few minutes before your shift
  • Positions will be assigned when you arrive
  • At the end of your shift, get paid and start shopping!
VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS
  • Must Be 18 or Older
  • May be required to Lift 10 – 25lbs
  • Must be able to stand 2-5 hours
  • Wear Comfortable Shoes
  • Casual/Nice Dress

One great way to get a behind the scenes look at the latest and greatest is to assist an exhibitor in their booth – Before, During or After the Show.

Exhibitors looking for help at our 2022 - Irving, TX show

KNC Essentials - Kraft n Creativity

Eva Peralta
eva@kraftncreativity.com
(707) 564-6049

Hello everyone, we are looking for two people to help us on Friday and Saturday, if interested please contact us. kraftncreativity@gmail.com

Miniature Luxuries & Papers

Cindy Crane
cindy@miniatureluxuries.com
(770) 964-4621

I am looking for help to unload and set up on Thursday before the show and tear down the booth after the show. This does require lifting heavy boxes and setting up grids. I need at least 2 or 3 people.