Even today, statistics from the Hobby Industry Association (HIA) indicate that 98 percent of all scrapbookers are women.
What does HIA stand for?
HIA stands for Hobby Industry Association
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There also are an estimated 3,000 specialty stores for scrapbook items, according to the Hobby Industry Association.
Stop people you know and ask if they'd be interested in buying your product or service," suggests Susan Brandt, a spokesperson for the Hobby Industry Association in Elmwood Park, New Jersey.
Storage boxes are so popular with crafters because they provide an area to put all their stuff to make the projects easier to do and help keep them more organized," added Susan Brandt, assistant executive director of the Hobby Industry Association.
Twenty-three million people in the United States scrapbook and, according to the Hobby Industry Association, scrapbooking is the third most popular craft in the nation.
HUDSON, Ohio, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Findings from research conducted by the Hobby Industry Association indicate that 85 percent of teachers said hands-on activities improve the educational process and help students learn both simple and complex ideas.
Phyllis George to Keynote Hobby Industry Show Former Miss America, journalist and entrepreneur Phyllis George will be the keynote speaker at the 58th Annual Hobby Industry Association (HIA) Show, to be held Feb.
Jo-Ann Stores, based in Hudson, Ohio, became aware of the Kids In Need Teacher Grants program through its membership in the Hobby Industry Association (HIA), which contributes funds and product to the SHOPA Foundation's Kids In Need program.