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Disney twist for Booking Tree/Necklace

Bren706

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Mar 21, 2007
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I had a great idea pop into my head last night as I was wanting to offer the booking necklaces at my shows this month to increase my bookings so that I can earn the incentive trip for the first time this year. I had the craft sticks already, and bought the colored poster board, and then cut out various products with price ranges from $9-$17. The three green ones are approx. $19-$26 items for booking in close. The Mickey ears template was found here: http://www.birthdaypartyideas4kids.com/mickey-mouse-ears.htm I right clicked on the photo and then clicked on print photo and then cut and traced onto the poster board.

I haven't totally thought out how I will proceed. Here are a couple ideas:

1. Similar to the booking necklace idea, as guests arrive I will have them choose one (it should be a product that they do not have yet) and hold onto them during the show. I will have more Mickey ears cut out without the sticks, with a list of dates on them that I want to book that they can write their name next to. They will get the product they chose for FREE at the closing of their show.

2. Similar to a booking tree, I will have them displayed (I would only use a few of them, not all of them) at the full service checkout with my available dates and have them choose which product they want for FREE for booking.

Any other ideas are welcome.
 

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chefloretta

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Feb 27, 2008
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Brenda, this is an AWESOME idea! I like using them like a booking tree, however I might display them near the demo area & talk about earning the trip "who would like to help me earn my first FREE trip?" "All you have to do is pick the date that works for you & you will get the product on the back FREE from me when you hold your show".
Good luck & Thanks for sharing.
 

cookinforyou

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Nov 4, 2009
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to cute!

I like Loretta's idea, perhaps have in pencil or on a post it dates you want to fill and key dates could be on a higher priced item so if they really want a brownie pan instead of a mini spatula they might take the Thursday date instead of the Saturday date I think I might try it
Thank you for sharing!
 

JennyJennJen

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I really like this idea. I think I will try this at my first party of the year next week...it looks like there are going to be 15-20 people in attendance and everyone is actually excited to go. thanks :)
 

lindsaym

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Nov 2, 2012
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You could laminate them & then use dry erase markers to put the date on them so you can reuse each party or just use post it notes on the front
 
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