In the press: Clear Spaces owner Denise Lee was one of the featured women entrepreneurs in the October 26 West County, Mid-County and Webster-Kirkwood Journals. Check out the article here:
(OK, it looks like Blogger's web link is not working. So try this: go to www.stltoday.com then click on the Suburban Journals; once you get to the Suburban Journals page, search for my name, Denise Lee, and click on the article about women working from home-- sorry for the round-about way of doing things.)
More exciting news -- Clear Spaces owner Denise Lee is the only "NAPO In The Schools" program provider in the St Louis metropolitan area. "NAPO In The Schools" is a free program that teaches elementary school children about the benefits of organization and the fundamental principles of organization. NAPO anticipates a program for middle school and high school students will be release during the latter part of 2008.
Plagued by paper? Those in the St Louis metropolitan area can enjoy FREE shredding services courtesy of Commerce Bank on two upcoming days. You can bring up to 10 banker boxes of paper documents and Central Paper Stock Company will shred them for you. On Saturday, November 3 (1 p.m. to 3 p.m.) the following Commerce Bank branches will accept boxes of paper: Kirkwood, Town & country, Arnold and St Peters. On Saturday, November 10 (1 p.m. to 3 p.m.) the following Commerce Bank branches will accept boxes of paper: Florissant, Creve Coeur, Festus, and Wentzville.