LFQuilts Posted August 20, 2010 Report Share Posted August 20, 2010 My local community hosts a fall festival each year. About 20,000 folks attend over a 2 day period. I'm contemplating setting up a booth for my small company. I make custom t-shirt quilts and memory quilts for customers. So, my booth will not be up with the vendors who are selling products at the fair but in another section with businesses and civic organizations. I view this as a two-day advertising opportunity and chance to get my name out in the community. My goal is to attract non-quilters who want to give a special gift to someone. Most folks who don't quilt or haven't seen a t-shirt quilt have a hard time envisioning what one looks like. I plan on borrowing quilts from customers to display at the festival. The 'booth' will be a 10'x10' space with a tent, 1 8' table and 2 chairs. I so don't have a merchandising bone in my body. What are the good ways to display quilts at something like this? What else could I have on hand for 'freebies?' Thank you for any and all suggestions. Lynn Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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