April 23, 2010 / Video

People are talking about Walsworth yearbooks

Written by Susan Wuckowitsch

Yearbookers are unique. (Yeah, don’t try to hide it.) When you are in yearbook, you are IN yearbook. There’s no other group at your entire school that is like the yearbook staff. When you meet another yearbooker there is an instant bond. Finally, someone else who knows what you go through!

Only yearbookers understand all of the hard work, craziness and tears that go into creating the only book that logs the history of that school for that year. Because of that bond you look after one another and before long you have one big yearbook family. Sometimes even complete with your own secret handshake.

At Walsworth, we totally understand! We have been IN yearbooks for a long, long time (more than 60 years, but who’s counting). We feel that special bond with advisers and staff members because we are part of that big yearbook family. We know what you go through. We know how things can be crazybusyhectic. And because of that, we know how to help.

But you don’t have to take my word for it. Check out the new People Are Talking page to watch short videos of advisers and yearbook staffers talking about how we’ve helped them design and sell yearbooks. Hear stories of how awesome the yearbook world can be when you are partnered with a publisher that really cares about its customers.

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April 23, 2010 at 9:36 am, yearbookforever said:

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Susan Wuckowitsch

Susan Wuckowitsch is a misplaced Texan brought to Kansas City by meat (like many people). Several years in meat sales and even more at advertising agencies taught her valuable lessons, including how to sell. She makes her parents proud by actually using her marketing degree from the University of Texas as a Marketing Supervisor for Walsworth Yearbooks. During her 10 years at Walsworth, she has combined her experience and education with a natural love of helping people to work with schools on how to spread the joy of yearbooks to reluctant purchasers.