Make sure you have a safe and appropriate costume (you know what we mean).
If you are expecting trick or treaters, turn some lights on!
Not everyone likes to be scared, especially small children.
Jack-o-lanterns are made to be seen not smashed.
And lastly remember Halloween is meant to be fun, but saying Thank-You should be #1!
HATS OFF to our 2012 August Corporate Etiquette Certification and October Children’s Etiquette Certification Graduates!
Ana Tajuelo - Quebec, Canada, Ariana Kumpis - Miami, FL*, Barbara Gaines - Fort Washington, MD*, Candace Smith - Orange, CA, Candis Duecker - Platte City, MO*, Debbie Cipolla - Hope Valley, RI*, Eda Engin - Istanbul, Turkey, Glema Gordon - Anthony, FL, J. Elliot Williams - American Canyon, CA, Jean Bissell - West Lake Hills, TX, Karen Bowles - Fork Union, VA*, LaVonne Mason - Austin, TX*, Loleni Opanga - Columbus, OH*, Nancy Smith - Birmingham, AL*, Rebecca Murphy - Austin, TX, Susan DeMay - Itasca, IL*, Treva Medbery - Birmingham, AL, Wisetta Dolsey - Oak Park, MI
*Indicates Dual Certification (Children Etiquette Certification and Corporate Etiquette Certification)
As we take some time to catch up on our posts, we would like to congratulate our recent graduates.
Our July Children's Etiquette Certification class was an exciting one. Eleven fabulous women came to Atlanta seeking certification to teach etiquette to children. They left The American School of Protocol® with tons of information and ideas for their new businesses. We can't wait to see what they do next!
Our newest etiquette "sisters" are:
- Candace Smith - Orange, CA
- Charlene Bleakley - Marina Del Rey, CA
- Carmen E. Rivera - Staten Island, NY
- Robin Bulatao - Southlake, TX
- Candis Duecker - Platte City, MO
- Patricia Rossel - League City, TX
- Barbara Flowers - St. Joseph, MI
- Karla Redditte - Huntsville, AL
- Lisa Lutz - Camarillo, CA
- Ruth Richardson - Columbia, TN
- Christine Wolf - Tomah, WI
We wish each of them much success. As we know, teaching this important information is so rewarding. For we are not just teaching, we are making a difference in a child's life.