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Topic: First time vendor questions... eeep!  (Read 1086 times)
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« on: May 10, 2012 07:40:22 PM »

 Smiley Hey everyone, I've been just a browser of the forums but have never posted.

I have a question regarding setting up a stall/booth at an event.  I will be selling my handmade jewelry, trinkets and wooden painted items inappropriately themed for this event.  It's not exactly a craft show but it's at a party event in a low lit club and there is a hallway with various vendors.  I paid for the booth of the size 2'x6' that comes with 2 chairs (I didn't want to pay for something bigger until I got the feel of things.)  I have to provide the table, the problem really getting to me is the size of the area.  Does that area mean booth allocated size or table size?  For either scenario, I am completely dumbfounded as to what size table is appropriate.

I have 2.5 weeks left and I have emailed the event hosts but have not successfully received an email yet.  I'm pretty much in a panic mode here.  I have an idea of the displays, I guess that's the only thing I have going, but everything else is a complete stress factor! I'm also stumped as to what basic items to have at hand.  If someone could kindly give my advice, I would appreciate it greatly!


« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2012 08:20:23 PM »

Id say it was booth size.. some people might have small tables and more room for clothes racks etc.

Pour yourself a drink, put on some lipstick, and pull yourself together.

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