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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Pricing Items in different economin areas on: October 18, 2005 03:48:53 PM
I live in an area where the economics change drastically from town to town. What do you do about pricing in those circumstances. I feel comfortable charging prices that cover my expenses and labor then some  to the better off towns, but the school and church shows at the lower economic town wouldn't pay those prices.
I can either not do their shows,
select items out of my inventory to sell - keeping my name active locally, or lower prices.

What's the best choice or do you have another solution?
My items are Gothic teenage accessories  ($1 - $40.00)
Thanks, Bethany
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