Extreme Couponing Comes to Acton-Boxborough
Elizabeth Lahens will share her tips on how to get the most out of your coupons.
Whether you get them online, from a traditional newspaper or in the mail, coupons are a part of most of our lives.
But have you ever wondered if you are saving the most possible out of those tiny money-savers?
Elizabeth Lahens is the owner and founder of Extreme Coupon Today; she says she has been able to reduce a $375 grocery bill down to $0, and she wants to teach you how to do it, too.
Those who want to learn the art of couponing are invited to a 2 1/2-hour class where you will learn to drastically save on chicken, beef, seafood, dairy, organic food, fresh fruit and veggies, back to school items, office supplies, household goods, clothing, and more.
"I never thought I would be doing this as a career and I am beyond blessed that I am," she told Acton Patch. "Last March I left my field of work as an executive assistant to do this full time. Now I teach this class in over 30 different community education programs throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut. I do home parties and corporate events, too."
Come and learn the tricks of the trade, and start — today — saving your hard -earned money.
- Do you wonder how the Extreme Couponers on television shop for practically nothing?
- Would you like to learn how to save up to 50-100% off your grocery bill and help yourself and your family in this difficult economy?
- Do you want to learn how to drastically save not only on groceries but back to school items, household goods, clothing and much MORE?
- Do you want to help someone in need, make CARE packages for our troops, or donate to a non-profit organization by couponing?
"I had the pleasure of teaching to many educators including the Plymouth County Teachers Association. I have taught numerous PTO events for schools, I taught a class for the Webster/Dudley Chamber of Commerce, I taught a fundraiser for the Hanson Food Pantry, I had the pleasure of teaching at the Marriott Copley Hotel in Boston for the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents and much more," she said. "It's been nothing short of amazing. I am meeting many wonderful people from all economic backgrounds who have been effected greatly by this difficult economy and hear wonderful and empowering stories from them after they take my class. People who have truly been inspired by my class, are saving money and even donating to others, too."
This Tuesday, March 5 is a night class at Acton-Boxborough High School, Room 184W. To register, call the Acton-Boxborough Community Education Office: 978-266-2525.
Cost of the class: $30.00 + bring one or more non-perishable food items to class to be donated to a food pantry.