Couponing is different today with the Internet and mobile-based apps in the mix, and saving money doesn’t have to be a large investment of time or effort. Sarah Roe, a.k.a. Money Saving Queen, and Northeastern State University are offering a workshop “Couponing Bootcamp” to help others learn money saving techniques that can cut grocery bills by 50 to 80 percent.
Roe doesn’t want people to be discouraged by couponing. She assures, “The biggest amount of time invested will be learning the technique. It’s not as simple as clipping a coupon and heading to the store… if you want to save 80 percent or more on your grocery bill then you have to learn the strategy. We’re just learning to shop smart, and it is something you can apply to every area, not just groceries.”
In 2005, Roe became an avid coupon user when she discovered her son had food allergies. The rising cost of medications and food stretched the family budget. After years of practicing these techniques, she founded her company, now Money Saving Queen, LLC., and began teaching workshops.
Since then, thousands of individuals have learned her money saving techniques.
Roe adds, “I wish I could have taken a class! The classroom setting allows you to ask questions from people who are actually doing this… at the stores you shop.”
Anyone interested in saving money can benefit from this class.
Offered in Broken Arrow:
Date: Tuesday, Aug. 26
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Location: NSU-Broken Arrow
Offered in Tahlequah:
Date: Tuesday, Sept. 16
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
For more information about these classes or to register, call 918-444-4610.
Roe has become an experienced public speaker, radio and TV personality and reaches hundreds of thousands of people through her website, written publications and social media sites. She has also been featured on ABC News NOW, Enjoying Everyday Life with Joyce Meyer and in publications such asAll You magazine, Woman’s Day magazine, First for women, Forbes.com and many other outlets.
Published: 8/22/2014 10:52:11 AM