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Old 01-30-2013, 08:10
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Default Re: Cheer Competition Fees

Originally Posted by prettyinpinkparties View Post
I saw that one. It's coming up soon. That would be awesome to do. Did you do well? Was it worth it?
I will be there in April. This is my first year vending at this competiton
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:42
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Originally Posted by Cheerstones View Post
Angela I completely agree with you. I don't think $1,700 is alot, but you must have the inventory and a nich is always great. I did a local competition this weekend doing custom rhinestone tee shirts and bows. The fee was $35 and I sold out of all my bows and had to bring orders home to ship out. For such a small local competition it was great! I walked away with $1,750 after all my expenses.
So I would say, know who you are targeting, be specific, do your homework and know who is going to be there, number of teams......For me I base the amount of the vending fee on the number of teams that will be there. For example, if there will be 20 teams, I will consider up to $100, if it is 30 teams, $150. The most I have paid for one competition is $250 for about 50 teams (3 sessions).....but I do extremely well at the smaller competitions. I have not yet tried anything bigger, because it is a lot of work for me, but this year I am giving it a try and spending $1,500 on a space.....we'll see how it turns out! I am actually looking forward to it.
Everything you said is correct! Do your homework if you are wanting to spend that kind of money on a booth fee. It will pay off!
Good luck to you! Hope you make lots of $$$$!!

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Old 01-31-2013, 10:54
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Default Re: Cheer Competition Fees

Originally Posted by cheergrl445 View Post
I will be there in April. This is my first year vending at this competiton
I'm bringing my daughter to Worlds...I'll have to stop by and say hi!
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Old 02-09-2013, 11:42
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I would love to see pictures of some of your guys set ups at these competitions
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