Friday, April 22, 2011

Featured Fan Announced: Laura Shultz

It is time to introduce Creating Exciting Balloon Memories, LLC's  next Facebook Featured Fan, Laura Shultz. Laura is the editor and publisher of Macaroni Kid - Reading Area. I have had the pleasure of meeting Laura a few times and am always greeted by her very warm smile and super friendly personality. Take a moment to check out her Macaroni Kid-Reading website and be sure to sign up to receive Macaroni Mail - she has cool giveaways on there! Her latest Macaroni Fun posting even includes a review of Melissa Aidukas' Candy Making workshop - yep, Melissa was a featured fan of ours just a few weeks ago! 

We have a balloon twisting 101 kit up for grabs to one lucky person who comments, shares or likes this post on Facebook. If you share this post, be sure to comment below to let us know, so you will be entered! One winner from those who enter will be chosen next Friday, April 29th using and announced here.

Okay, enough of my typing... let's learn about Laura!
Are you a dog or a cat person? Dog! I have a pitt/boxer mix named Lola. I love cats too, but I'm for sure a dog person.

What is your favorite pizza topping? Mushrooms.

Did you play sports or a band instrument in high school? I played flute for a couple of years , but swimming and track were what I excelled in.

What do you think came first, the chicken or the egg? The Chicken

What would you like readers to know about you personally? I'm very determined, and I really don't stop until I get what I want!

What is your business? What "do you do?"  I'm Editor and Publisher of Macaroni Kid-Reading Area

Who is your greatest supporter in your life and work? My Mom! She is great and always there to help me succeed.

Who or what inspires you? Other women in business who started out very small and are now very successful.

Is there something you are really passionate about? What is it? I'm very passionate about a lot of things, it's just my personality.

What is your favorite quote? "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result" (Many people think that came from Albert Einstein but it's really unknown as to who said it first.....according to google anyway! lol)

How can people reach you? Email is always the best way to reach me, I know it's not very personable but I'm always dealing with my noisy kids :-):-) or


1 comment:

  1. Congrats Laura!

    Melissa Aidukas


Thank you for sharing your thoughts, comments and inspirations. My request is that all posts remain family-friendly. Have a balloontastic day!