I finally booked my first show! Hooray! I am very excited, the guy who booked has a lot of friends- none of whom I know! I am excited to get out there and meet new people to sell to- friends and family are gonna run low real fast! He picked a dessert theme, he wanted to prepare pumpkin cheesecake bars to have out when I get there (in his stoneware pan, of course!) and then I will make the Banana Toffee Pizza and a Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Cake in the Microwave. I also want to do a game--maybe the Left, Right Game? I would love any input from you more "seasoned" consultants on planning the show out. Here is what I am thinking: 1) Set up show, pre-prep half of the ingredients? Bake the crust for the pizza?- Or should I do this while everyone is watching? 2) Greet everyone, hand out nametags and catalogues, get everyone seated 3) Introduce myself, thanks the host, give overview of catalogue/order form, talk about what I am going to make 4) Make cake (if crust was made earlier) 4) Make crust (if I wait to do this until the show starts) 5) Put toppings on pizza-- 6) Pass tools and veggies around for people to try out 7) Unmold cake 8) Play Left and Right Game 9) Everyone tries dishes, go around and chat with people while they look over their order forms 10) Close show, Thank yous and fill out orders, talk with potential hosts/recruits How does this sound? Am I making things too/not enough complicated? Really- ANY input would be really appreciated. Thanks so much!