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Webby's setup looks just like we used to do it.
Rubbermaid totes, gotta love them.
Looks good.

We now have trailer. Sure makes it easy.
The events we do happen no matter what the weather so it is nice to be inside.

Will have to start a thread on what weird or funny things that happens while doing a event.

Mark
 

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webby said:
We had a show this weekend and changed up our display a little bit. Check out our post earlier in this thread to see the difference. Let us know which one you like better. I think they both serve different purposes (the first one: we were on a sidewalk underneath a canopy. the second one posted here: we were in a field/park).

Also suggestions on our overall display would be great too, thanks.
Add two more tables and sell from all three sides of your 10x10 or create a u shape and invite the folks in.
 

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PrintMonkey said:
Webby's setup looks just like we used to do it.
Rubbermaid totes, gotta love them.
Looks good.

We now have trailer. Sure makes it easy.
The events we do happen no matter what the weather so it is nice to be inside.

Will have to start a thread on what weird or funny things that happens while doing a event.

Mark
Our trailer is a nice starting point. It would be nice if it were bigger. I really like yours. I wish mine had a vendor window.
 

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66shirts said:
Our trailer is a nice starting point. It would be nice if it were bigger. I really like yours. I wish mine had a vendor window.
Thanks, again.

Yours is a starting place and by the time your ready for a bigger one
you will know just what you want in a trailer.

We didn't pay that much more over a pre-built trailer.
We had ours custom built then I finished the inside.

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This is how you work it - your wife working/husband selling. I know presentation is everything. I like for the set up to be easy for me to get to what the customer wants and also attractive to the customer. Before a show, I usually spend at least a hour getting things together. I use a fury purple tiger print table cloth and people make comments about that..wanting to buy my table covering. lol

I just purchased a $10 hanger three way holder. It's plastic and will hold tees on hangers. Its lightweight plastic, easy to fold down. I have seen it on the tv shopping networks for $30 or so. This will help with my presentation. I freak out if things are not properly set up.

The trailer makes it much easier for us to travel. No more loading and unloading of shirts and equipment every time we go somewhere. 90% of the stuff stays in the trailer. Just hook up and go.
It is wired for electricity and has a/c. I have a generator for the shows that don't provide power. It has a 6' counter to work off of. When we are busy, I'll be in the tent area outside taking orders and my wife will be in the trailer making shirts for customers.
 

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I am thinking of setting up at a few beach events and selling my shirts that way too.

Couple questions.........1. How do you guys do on a weekend, how many shirts do you sell and such? 2. HOw many shirts and designs do you print off and take with you, what is a good number?
 
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