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Old 08-07-2012, 09:03
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Default Re: craft show question

I had a good year of learning. It's not about the cost of the's more about the number of people that come to your show, the type of people (the kind that would buy your items), and more importantly your booth location. I once was located at the end of the gym aisle, no one came down to even visit my booth. You want to make sure people have to walk past your booth. The more people that come the better - so the bigger shows, not necessarily the most expensive ones might be better.

And some times there are no rhyme or reason why you sell big and why you sell hardly nothing...good luck!
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