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  1. Has anyone eve left the registry information and your business cards at a Bridal Shop, etc before? I want to at least try out the Bridal Shop I'm going to tomorrow for my firends wedding and wondered if it worked for anyone and what you did.

    Any feedback would be great!!
     
  2. danidag

    danidag Novice Member

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    Yeah, I live in a rather small town, but we still have 6 bridal shops here. 5 of the 6 that I went to let me put fliers there with all of the other business cards and stuff. The only reason the 6th one said no was because she had a family member that is a consultant and she let's her do it there. So far I don't have any registries yet, but I got a call today from one of the shops letting me know that they are hosting 4 trunk shows at their shop during the month of April and they want me to come and answer any questions and try to get brides signed up. I was so excited to get this call. And the best part...it's free to me other than a gift certificate donation to put in a bridal basket that will be raffled off in May and the cost of the fliers. I told them to count me in ;)

    Danielle
     
    Mar 6, 2006
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  3. Thanks!

    Great! Hopefully I will have some luck with them tomorrow to let me leave some information. My next plan is to contact other bridal shops in the area.
     
  4. fruit76loop

    fruit76loop Veteran Member Gold Member

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    I am...

    doing a commission sharing program with our local bridal shop! When I receive a lead from the shop, I will share my commission either through $$ or through products! I already have 3 registries!! :D
     
    Mar 6, 2006
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  5. karlene

    karlene Guest

    was just wondering if any of these are with David's Bridal Shops? Spoke with someone from their corporate office and they have a vendor program. You join it but it's very pricey!!! I guess if a group of consultants goes in together it wouldn't be bad, but $275.00 a month (you have to commit to 1 year). he said the leads are awesome...1 month average of 300 brides through the shop.
    Is anyone doing this with their Davids Bridal Shop? Just curious, because he said he signed on 19 PC consultants in the past week across the country to be part of the vendor program...(meaning 19 current consultants have contacted him and are putting their info about the registry into their local shops.
     
    Mar 7, 2006
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  6. $275 A Month!!!????!!

    I'm sure you'd get some decent leads from David's Bridal but $275 per month is out of reach for me. I'm trying to get my registry information into our local shops here. One of them told me "no" because if they let me do it then all the other PC consultants that might want to do it would be mad. They did say that I can put a flier into their "information book" that they keep behind the counter. If any customer asks about what other services they are aware of they will show it to the customer but it won't be out front.

    Oh well, I'll just keep plugging away at it. I'll get my foot into the door somehow.
     
    Mar 7, 2006
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  7. pampermeRai

    pampermeRai Member

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    Hi how do you divy up the commission/products with the shop? Thanks!
     
    Mar 25, 2006
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