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#1 posted 03-07-2010 03:27 AM

yep what dustin said is very true. once the potential customer makes eye contact with you or your product ask them how they are and if they’re enjoying the show. if you start the conversation they are much more likely to feel comfortable with you and ask you a question or engage you or something. i was at my first home show last week too which was 3 9 hour days and a 12 hour day. i got a few really good job leads and i was only doing demo’s. i didn’t even have a finished project there!!


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