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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 3:36 pm 
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What do you guys include in a promotional kit? Thanks!


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 10:25 pm 
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8x10 photograph, a business card, and all business information.


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How do you give it to them? When you walk in to meet with him? Mail? Also, what do you include with business information? Contract? References? What else?



I know that I am asking a lot of questions, and I apologize, but I need to know . Thanks a ton!



Mike


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There are several ways of giving them out...you can schedule a convenient meeting, or mail them.

It needs to contain information about you and what all you do and have done. It also needs to explain what you can do for THEIR business, and why they should hire you.

References are great...but you don't really need a contract until you are ready to make the deal.


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KyletheGreat wrote:
There are several ways of giving them out...you can schedule a convenient meeting, or mail them.

It needs to contain information about you and what all you do and have done. It also needs to explain what you can do for THEIR business, and why they should hire you.

References are great...but you don't really need a contract until you are ready to make the deal.


Awesome, thanks!


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