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I've seen, here & elsewhere, old catalogs being sold. Am I missing something? Why would I need/want 25 old catalogs? This is only my second season as a consultant, so if I need to be stockpiling catalogs, somebody please let me know!
I leave my old catalogs at doctor, dentist, etc. offices when I go for appointments. It gets my name out there but doesn't waste current catalogs. I have only had two calls for orders but you never know!!
I ordered the clear door bags to put an old catalog in along with a few flyers to pass around a new neighborhood that just popped up. I added on there that if they would like a current catalog to contact me. Just another way to get my name out there
Just wondering... are the clear door bags the "bags" that is on the supply order that come in a pack of 50?? I've always wondered what kind of bags PC offered. If not, are you buying the ones from Nancy's Artwork??
The ones offered from PC are so much cheaper, but I'm not sure it is what I'm looking for. We should really have a catalog for the PC supply order stuff so we can see the products (okay, probably wrong post for that one!)
The clear door bags are from Nancy's. She also sells a sturdier one that is also suitable for mailing. She told me at conference the post office appreciates them because they can see what's in there and not be nervous (post 9/11, you know...)
Wendy-To get this thread back on track, I use old catalogs at fairs and to leave at doctors office, etc. just like everyone else has mentioned. I put a sticker on the front that says the following:
Though the date on this catalog may be old,
Just look inside and you'll be sold.
So many great kitchen tools you will see.
Call me to learn how to get some for free!
Then, of course, I have my name and contact info on there. I can't take credit for this poem. I found it from someone on another site, but thought it would be helpful to post here for all the "newbies".
Independent Kitchen Consultant
Fort Wayne, IN