TyteFystedFolkie wrote:Me thinx that the (economic) problem that FRFF is encountering right now is one involving marketing, ie, getting PAYING customers 'into the stands'. And for Anne to be indicating that there MIGHT NOT BE a FRFF next year, leaves me thinking (further) that the marketing problem is one of CRISIS proportions.
TyteFystedFolkie wrote:I think FRFF is FAR from even coming close to outgrowing "(its) efficiency".
Ask the vendors if they want more traffic, ie, customers. And don't gimme that crap about the Sunflower Pizza guy retiring. I think 'greener pastures' exist (or will exist) elsewhere for many vendors.
TyteFystedFolkie wrote:Arnie...et al,
PLEASE understand that my SUGGESTIONS are proffered for the BETTERMENT of FRFF.
My question STILL stands, ie., why did your buddy NOT SELL
Sunflower Pizza (And the income stream that it represents to
him??) thus resulting in Sunflower Pizza's continued presence
at FRFF??? If you can't figure it out, I've got an answer for ya.
TyteFystedFolkie wrote:PLEASE stick to your forte, band-aids and aspirin.
Brian - aka - TyteFystedFolkie
When you have YOUR festival up and running......please
make a board similar to this one and I will attend your
festival and then offer my opinions on what you could do
better - "For the BETTERMENT of YOUR festival - of course!"
Finally, what part of "retirement" don't you understand? My
friend Vinnie "RETIRED" as in - he sold his business - he got
out of the business of making pizza - RETIRED TO FLORDIA
after living in MAINE all his life!! Can you imagine....piles
of snow vs. piles of sand??? oops - I think the sand wins!
Brian, you are only a few years away from retirement
and once you retire, can you let me know so I can ask
why you aren't still working. And please don't tell me
that you retired because you were at a point in your life
where you wanted to rest and do other things........
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