Hey there... super newbie here. I have a 3-hour shift at our local Women's Show tomorrow and I've been trying to decide what to push. My basic question is this: I have a couple of people who have mentioned that they would like to order some things from me (individual orders) particularly this month's guest special. I figured I would tack them onto a catalog order I have closing soon and just call it done. But, this show got me wondering if I should encourage individual sales at the show tomorrow.... I could do this by offering the guest special to people at the show, and if they act like they want to order a lot, then encourage them to host their own show/party. If I had $150 in sales (with my other outside orders) then I would have a whole other show (I'm trying to get 4 in my first 30!). Also, I would at least get contact info and interest level on the individual orders and could always encourage hosting at a later date. One reason I'm thinking I shouldn't push hosting TOO much is because I went in today to where the booth is and every other booth is a direct sales company... I mean they are ALL there (tupperware, lia sophia, scentsy, southern living)! So I figure people are gonna be hearing about hosting from everyone there - so while I definitely want to mention it, I don't want to be the 20th DS company trying to get them to host! In another related question: Could I offer a Show Special, like instead of 20% off stone/bakeware they can get 25% off if they order at the show? If so, how does one go about entering that? What do y'all think... is this crazy to even think about? I mean, should I just focus on handing out recipe cards and pushing home/catalog shows? Thanks for your help... don't know what I'd do without you guys!