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How do you do the 40 Guests in 4 minutes?

MSmith

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Apr 22, 2005
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I have a host that is worried about having a show b/c of guest attendance and I told her that I would help her w/ a guest list. I have heard about this 40 guests in 4 minutes technique but have never seen it....can anyone explain and/or provide a flyer?

thanks in advance!
maria
 

chefjulie_sc

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May 19, 2005
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40 Friends(or more) in 4 minutes flyer

Maria,
Here's a copy of the flyer. Use your imagination to re-arrange it to fit your needs. It was passed on to me from a very nice dircetor. I use it in all my host packets.

Sincerely,
Julie
 

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MSmith

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Apr 22, 2005
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thank you so much! It is exactly what I needed...

maria
 

cbord

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Jul 13, 2005
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?? Turn 40 guest in 4 minutes into game???

How about handing out form and set timer and see who lists the most names and numbers?
Guest with most wins a prize. Also great for promoting bookings because then you can say how easy it is because the guest list is done.
Bonus-you collect sheets and have more names and phones numbers to add to your contact list-possible order, shows or recurits!!!

I think I'm going to change it a little and make it THE 50/5 Game.

Why 50/5 game? Its eay for me to set my timer on 5 minutes.

I let ya'll know how it goes? I have 2 shows next weekend; I use at least one of them.

Charlene
 

its_me_susan

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Jul 31, 2005
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MSmith said:
I have a host that is worried about having a show b/c of guest attendance and I told her that I would help her w/ a guest list. I have heard about this 40 guests in 4 minutes technique but have never seen it....can anyone explain and/or provide a flyer?

thanks in advance!
maria

Here's what I include in my hostess packets. I'm pretty sure I got it here.
 
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