Has anyone participated in a women's health fair recently? I will have a booth in a couple weeks at our local health fair. However, we cannot sell products just promote general good health. This is so different from my "regular" booths since I cannot take cash & carry or "sell" the products. It's a four-hour event with over 50 booths. Many will come for the discounted screenings and blood analysis. However, they're expecting 600 women based on past year's attendance - that's a lot of potential contacts. I'm having difficulty on a clear focus for my booth. Do I promote the stones for their health value, Help Whip Cancer campaigns, general tools, etc.? I don't want to take everything and want to have a sign or two that focuses on something specific, instead of just PC products in general. Here are my ideas so far... 1. I found the flyer "products to promote good health." Does anyone have an updated flyer? 2. I will be having a giveaway for the It's good for you cookbook. This way I can get their information and talk about healthy eating. 3. Recipe cards with healthy recipes to distribute 4. Do you think it's okay to pass out mini catalogs even though they don't want vendors to sell? 5. I also have the top ten reasons to buy a stone flyer. I do know there will be a Mary Kay consultant and a couple other DS consultants. I have never attended so I don't know what they will have. This booth is free to me so I don't want to offend anyone and not be asked back next year. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.