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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Tips for Participating in Craft Fairs / Booth layout question on: May 12, 2004 08:44:14 AM
I've got a booth-related question for you fellow crafters. My booth is set up like a shop. People come under the tent and browse the merchandise that is set up on tables in a U-shape. I have noticed, though, that a lot of people will stop and look at my endcaps, then walk on without coming in to see the other stuff. Should I invert my U so that the customers walk around the perimeter of the tent?

I'd love your input.

P.S. I sell pet-related items (dog cookies, toys, etc.) and people-related items (jewelry, purses, windchimes, etc.)
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