SANDY, Utah, Jan. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Uppercase Living, a designer of vinyl letter and home decor, announced today that it will expand its product offering and business opportunity to Canada. The home decor company that has helped thousands of women start their own home businesses in the United States hopes to offer similar opportunities to women in Canada starting February 1.
"For years we've had women in Canada asking to be a part of Uppercase Living," said Uppercase Living President, Rich Fankhauser, "and now it's possible. We're thrilled to welcome them as our newest demonstrators and through their passion for the product continue to introduce Uppercase Living to the rest of the country."
As a direct sales company, Uppercase Living relies almost entirely on demonstrators or consultants to sell its products through home parties. These demonstrators enjoy the benefits that come with direct selling, such as a flexible work schedule, product discounts and networking opportunities. While some women work only part time, making a couple of thousand dollars a year, others have turned selling opportunities into successful businesses, providing primary support for their families.
In addition to accepting demonstrators from Canada in February, Canadian consumers will be able to purchase Uppercase Living's products online at www.uppercaseliving.com in March. Products include ready-to-order graphic and text vinyl expressions, customized vinyl expressions created with the MyDesign Suite tool, as well as Uppercase Living's newest product, Photo Prints™, a new technology that allows consumers to take personal photos and create stylish, larger-than-life decor.
About Uppercase Living
Uppercase Living creates, manufactures and distributes beautiful decorative vinyl lettering and images that are individually designed or purchased out of the catalog via in-home product demonstration, through a nationwide team of sales consultants. These personalized expressions can be applied quickly and easily to walls, glass, craft accessories, and other meaningful places, to transform one's space into a unique form of self expression that looks hand-painted.
SOURCE Uppercase Living