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Bookings Just got 2 bookings at RFL events

Christa

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Dec 14, 2005
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What should I do? Have snacks, take orders, what would you bring to show on the table? Help!
 

Lisa/ChefBear

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I don't know what RFL stands for, but I would bring what you normally would set up or showcase the products/specials for the months you want bookings!!

If you're worried about LOTS of people, maybe do a veggie and dip type display??

HTH,

Lisa
 

chefhorton

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I have been planning on attending RFL events in my area that are coming up in the hopes of obtaining bookings for HWC. Sadly, I've never been to a RFL event and I don't have a clue as to how they are set up. Do I need to contact anyone to let them know my intentions? Should I set up a table as I would at a fair? I would appreciate any feedback. Thanks!
 

Christa

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Dec 14, 2005
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The one I'm doing Tuesday will be inside a HS cafeteria-so plenty of table space. I have a HWC display board done up, but want to know how many other products I should bring. Maybe my top 10? I want to encourage bookings so RFL gets $3/booking. Not sure what I should do as far as my set up.
 

jwpamp

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Lisa,
RFL is Relay for Life. It's a fundraiser, dedication time for those cancer patients, survivors, those who have passed because of it, and their families and friends. In our area, it is held over a 24 hour period of time. There are paperbags with lights in them, decorated on the outside with the person's name, and something special about them. The bags are placed around our high school's track and people walk the track for as long as they choose, "handing off the track", making sure that someone is always there to keep the lights going.

It is an incredibly emotional experience if you have never been there, you should look for one in your area.

The participants get donations and the funds all go to the American Cancer Society. There are sometimes booths set up by people who donate proceeds from their sales to RFL.

Try it! You'll surely be changed after you have!
 

Lisa/ChefBear

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DUH to me, I didn't think about the abbrevations RFL!!! I've been a participant at ours in the past. They always have ours though in July, so most teams around here ARE NOT interested in starting in May to raise $, wish they were!!

Gotta run,

Lisa
 
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chefhorton said:
I have been planning on attending RFL events in my area that are coming up in the hopes of obtaining bookings for HWC. Sadly, I've never been to a RFL event and I don't have a clue as to how they are set up. Do I need to contact anyone to let them know my intentions? Should I set up a table as I would at a fair? I would appreciate any feedback. Thanks!
Just a FYI you should probably contact the acs in your area first because they won't let you set up a table if your not actually on a team to walk, then they consider it a team fundraiser. I called to check all the details out just the other day for our group. It could be different in your area though.
 
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