A TWIST on Door Prize Drawing Slips for Fairs and Events
®Copyright 2009 Christie Northrup
Do you have a craft fair, expo or some other
type of event on your calendar for this summer? These are great venues
to find customers who you might otherwise not meet.
Participation in these events will cost you some cash -- anywhere from
$25 for a table to thousands of dollars for a large booth in a huge
event. Regardless of which type you
attend, the goal at the events is to
FIND THIRSTY LEADS!
Yes, you might sell product, so I recommend being prepared to sell.
However, most of the sales and profits come AFTER the event.
In order to capture the leads and information, have a door prize
drawing slip that is DIFFERENT from other party plan companies. Here's
the problem. When people visit your booth they have already or are
going to be inundated with information from hundreds of other
companies! Some might be ready to make a decision to book, buy, or
sell so be prepared with host packets and recruit information.
On the other hand, most are in a hurry and are indecisive. That's okay
with you because you're not going to ask for a decision. You only want
to "take their temperature" with regard to your product.
Here's what I suggest:
A choice of 5 boxes/lines and ask them to circle just one if they:
● Love your product and have been a host
● Love your product and use it all the time
● Have heard of your product but doesn't have any
● Haven't heard of your product but wants to know more
● Has no interest in your product but wants you to call them if they
This is so simple and DIFFERENT because you're not asking them to make
a decision! Additionally, when you begin to make your follow-up
contacts, you do it according to which box
Learn more about using door prize slips by reading Presentations