Anybody up for a parking lot sale?

Re: Anybody up for a parking lot sale?

Postby rgulley » Fri Sep 09, 2016 2:07 pm

I just had a disturbing thought - what if I end up buying more than I sell? Volume is the real criterion. I have to buy less volume than I sell.
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Re: Anybody up for a parking lot sale?

Postby loyd » Fri Sep 09, 2016 3:10 pm

I hear that! My shop seems to continue to grow. There are stretch marks everywhere. :lol:
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Re: Anybody up for a parking lot sale?

Postby loyd » Sun Sep 18, 2016 6:00 pm

We need to start talking this stuff up if we're going to have it in October. Beyond that, weather begins to get too iffy. Anybody in but me? :?:
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Re: Anybody up for a parking lot sale?

Postby rgulley » Wed Sep 21, 2016 8:34 am

I announced the sale at the meeting last night but was surprised at the low interest. A couple were interested in buying, but not many in selling. I proposed that we have it in the gym and meet on Friday evening to set up and have a pre-sale for participants, then start at 7:30 Saturday morning for sale to the public. A little advertising should bring a large crowd. But for a large crowd, we need a lot of stuff for sale. Do we need to add items the club has made? An impromptu craft show? Or take commissions? Could become an annual event.
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Re: Anybody up for a parking lot sale?

Postby loyd » Wed Sep 21, 2016 11:04 am

I wonder how many would actually show up. There is a difference in the Club from what was there years ago. It didn't take much to draw a crowd of members years ago, but I notice [the Coffee County Fair being an example] it's pretty hard to get participation these days. Dunno! Maybe a little more one-on-one dealings would be a good approach. Maybe not! :roll:
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