My space was smaller than I was told it would be... But I think part of that was because I was late to set up and got crowded out by the booths to the side of me. I was in the back room, but right by the doorway, so I angled my table so people would notice it when walking in or out. :)
The fair was not well attended-- I think there were maybe 10-20 there who were not other vendors! So I think I did well, considering-- I got 4 contact names through my door prize drawing, plus two more who just signed up for my framed name class, plus one more who bought a catalog, so seven contacts total. Quite a few more took a business card, and a couple took recruit brochures.
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2006 GMT Views: 2089
Registered: September 23, 2004 Location: Rogersville, MO Posts: 373
Tue, Nov 07, 2006 @ 7:25 AM
nice job! good for you! and I have done these types of things for years and you cant be late!
if the committee really knew what THEY were doing they would make wide blue tape on the corners for each booth to designate the booths allotted space- that is what the professional craft fair and bazaar committees do-you may make that suggestion- you paid for an allotted space- its nice to get what you pay for! good job on your display!