||Selling at tiki shows
Joined: May 18, 2006
From: San Diego
|Posted: 16 days ago; 08:43 am  Permalink|
To keep costs down, rent the booth with another person if it's possible.
That way its cheaper, duh, uh, I think it's half the price, and you can actually get up and look around, grab lunch, talk to other vendors, etc. while the other person watches the booth half of the time. People wanting their own booth all to themselves is often an ego thing rather than a business decision.
Grand Member (8 years)
Joined: Nov 26, 2005
|Posted: 15 days ago; 04:31 am  Permalink|
At the time egos big or small were not allowed to share a vending space at Hukilau.
Do not know what the rule is now.
Have shared a vending space before, still not a great time.
Joined: Dec 20, 2011
From: North America
|Posted: 15 days ago; 10:35 am  Permalink|
I didn’t sell at tikibeat at San Diego. The vendors didn’t make much money there. It was mostly a fun food , music and drink party scene. Splitting the sales table booth would be good to control costs and increase table coverage. The oc tiki event doesn’t provide table or chairs
[ This Message was edited by: santa 2018-05-12 10:37 ]