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Second, contest/raffle creates a list of potential contacts for follow-up via entry forms (name, address, phone number, email).
Note: for this to be successful you'd need to have a dedicated team of local distributors willing to man booth and talk with folks during events open hours. Also they should have a clear plan for following up with any contacts made.
2. Some folks have even been able to have their products displayed in homes themselves. For example how about Mia Bella candles attractively shown in Master bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, or formal dining room? How about Noni on kitchen counter.... or Annasa on bathroom vanity....or WorldVerge on computer screen....or, well you get idea.
Also, not just products/services are shown. You also display a business card rack so interested vistors can "find out more".
3. Here's one that's not so obvious....relationshipping with other vendors, real estate agents, concessionaires, and builders who participate in event. Your potential contacts aren't limited just to "visiting" public. Network with event organizers & participants too.
There's a lot of possibilities with an event like this. In my area it's called Homearama. In other areas it's Showcase of Homes or something similar.
I suggest you look into it and see if you can take advantage of possibilities yourself.
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