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    Customer facing appearance makes a big difference too. Don't be sitting in the back corner of your booth playing with your phone or I-pad. Greet everyone with a kind word and smile walking by. I can't tell you how many times I have stopped a person walking by with a simple greeting and they stopped and bought. Also dress accordingly. When I do shows I often change at least shirts from the one I setup in and the one I sell in. If selling outside in hot weather you might want to bring several changes.
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