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Pampered Chef: Fundraiser What's on your HWC table?

  1. AlowayFamily

    AlowayFamily Advanced Member Gold Member

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    I have several table displays in May for HWC fundraisers. What items will you be displaying on your table? I know I will have all the HWC products, and the host items, but what else would you suggest for the table?
     
    Apr 20, 2009
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  2. pampered1224

    pampered1224 Legacy Member Silver Member

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    When ever I do a booth or display, I make sure I have a Tool Turn-About full of little things including the smallest pieces of Forged Cutlery. Then I make sure I have the Food Chopper, the Mandolin, Cutting Board with Measuring Cups, stoneware piece and lately that has been the DCB, Cookware Saute Pans - both types. I choose other peices representing each of the catalog catagories. A Cookbook or two, a couple of spices, Cake pans or Spirngforms pan, Bakers Roller, Bamboo piece - using the Grinders and Stand right now, But I try very hard ot keep it uncluttered. Too much is simply a waste of time for you. Take your favorite pieces or take the pieces that make up the starter kit even as it covers everything too! That way you can also advertise our best product! The Opportunity!
     
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  3. AlowayFamily

    AlowayFamily Advanced Member Gold Member

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    What size is your table? I only have a 6 foot table and that won't hold much. I have a smaller 4 foot table that I could set up as well I guess. What about paperwork - what do you do for that? Order forms, cattys, recruiting material, host packets. What else?
     
    Apr 20, 2009
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  4. pampered1224

    pampered1224 Legacy Member Silver Member

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    I don't know a head of time. I usually get 8 footers though and use half for product and half for me and order forms and such.
    Try this. Pick out what you WANT to take. Set up the table you have and place everything you can on it. What don't fit, don't go! It is that simple. Just try to make sure you have one stone - and I suggest the DCB - it is impressive and compact! Then one piece of cookware. Those are your best booking pieces.
    If I only took 7 pieces it would be, Grinders and Stand - to me that is one - Food Chopper, DCB, Tool Turn-About with the Forged Paring Knife, Batter Bowl, Simple Additions Small Bowls and Caddy - consider that one piece, then your absolute favorite piece. No matter the table, you would have a lot of product categories covered. Then the HWC products for May. And thank you, I just planned all my content for all my parties except the one with 3 table settings. That will work great! And thank you for the help planning my set up!
     
    Apr 20, 2009
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