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    Newbie looking for tips.

    Post  Guest on Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:38 am

    Hi aim new and looking for any tips and advice people can offer up.

    My first silly question is, what do you transport your chocolate in? Duffle bag or esky/cooler bag abox?

    Any info greatly appreciated
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    Michelle H

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    Re: Newbie looking for tips.

    Post  Michelle H on Thu Mar 29, 2012 2:09 pm

    Hey Tammie,
    Sorry, I meant to reply to your email at work today but got distracted by other stuff. It is crazy there at the moment! Lol

    I know a lot of people just use the large cardboard boxes that we send the product to you in.

    I use an esky on wheels, a nice canvas covered one that holds heaps, then a box (one of ours) for the catalogues, cash tin, and all the other non choc stuff and then a small 12 can?? esky thingy that matches the big one. I stack them up and hold them together with an occy strap. Smile

    Simply, easy and only one trip from car to house. :)I do always ask the host when they open the door if it is ok to wheel it in (just incase they are uber fussy about their carpet/tiles/wood). I have never been refused. Smile

    It looks a little like this but rigid not Collapsible. I got it from Target a few years back.
    http://www.californiainnovations.com/coolers/rolling-cooler/item/ci-50-can-collapsible-rolling-cooler-red.html?category_id=73

    A duffle bag would not be suitable as your bags of chocolate would end up all damaged.

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    Re: Newbie looking for tips.

    Post  Guest on Thu Mar 29, 2012 2:24 pm

    Cool, I was wondering as other style of parties I've done used a big awkward bag Tupperware supplied and for adult toys I used a suitcase. I was considering a huge esky/cooler specially to keep the heat out if I do displays during daytime. I might use a duffle bag for the non delicate items.


    Can you also tell me what style of shirts are available as I only noticed one design on the purchuse page but three on the size chart? Yes I've been glued to my computer today...
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    Michelle H

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    Re: Newbie looking for tips.

    Post  Michelle H on Thu Mar 29, 2012 3:31 pm

    I think there is just tshirts and collared polo's. I don't wear tshirts - ever! lol I just wear a nice shirt. You don't have to wear our logoed shirts, if you don't you need to wear either black or white I think it says in the manual. Smile

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    Re: Newbie looking for tips.

    Post  Guest on Mon Apr 16, 2012 1:45 pm

    I have my display stock in an esky on wheels and when i make deiveries they are in a foam box i got from the grocer.

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