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Bookings Booking tree???

pc_jessica

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Jul 13, 2009
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OKay so I am still in my first 30 days of PC! and I have my first cooking show coming up. I was trying to think of an idea of how to get more bookings from my first few shows. I think I remember seeing something on here about a booking tree. Where you would put the dates you are available and then offer a special gift or something?? Well what do you make your 'tree' out of? I am stumped as to how to get that to work out! Any ideas suggestions would be great!!
 

ChefBeckyD

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Sep 20, 2005
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If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you will see several threads with lots of info about that subject!

I've used a picture holder with clips for 5-6 pictures, and clipped on flowers with a date on them...sorry I can't be more descriptive - but there are probably pictures with some of the ideas below...
 

scottcooks

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Jul 7, 2005
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Go to Target or Michaels/craft store and find a photo holder with arms. There are some cute ones out there with lady bug / floral / spiral themes. The specific tool you are talking about may also be at The Container Store or Packaging Specialties.

Or - why not use a Stainless pan or skillet and a magnet?
Or - a Sheet Pan and a magnet?

Keep it simple. Be easy to replicate. It not only makes it easier/more fun for you, but easy for others to 'see themselves' doing what you do. Recruit as soon as you possibly can - you get paid more sooner, and it's more fun with others along for the ride.
 

Krista Burson

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OOHH, Scott, I like the idea of the sheet pan and magnet. They now have some really cute magnets and it's a great way to show off the sheet pan that I never use at shows.
 

scottcooks

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Keep it simple. You want others to think "Oh, I could do that so much better than she does". The round utility silver magnet is probably better than a really cute one...
 
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