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Friday, June 10, 2011

Prom 2012

Every year I get an earlier start. This time I am getting a whole 1 year head start on Prom 2012.

I am looking for a core group of 10 talented, client-oriented women and/or men in Round Rock. If you possess the apparel skills of working from a prom dress pattern I would like to meet with you. I will present the custom Prom dress service to all five Round Rock high schools in early January immediately after the Christmas holiday break. If the number of interested responses, for example, in Austin, Georgetown and other towns is good the same can be done in those towns and school districts separately.

The plan is to raffle free dress patterns with the consultant contact information. The dress patterns are for $100, $150 dress, for example. These dress prices represent the consultant's fee. The consultants set their own fee. The schools will administer the raffle and keep all raffle funds. The students will purchase the fabric of their choice. (I want to approach JoAnn's in Round Rock to bring them on-board.) The winner of the dress pattern will meet the dressmaker with pattern and fabric. The consultant takes measurements and creates the dress. The girl picks up her dress. The consultant collects his/her fee. The entire fee belongs to the consultant.

Purchase of dress patterns (such as Simplicity, McCall's) is the responsibility of the consultants. I will deliver the patterns to the schools in January.

This is what is most important for me: 1) Bring together the core of 10 apparel consultants, 2) The consultants see the effectiveness and profitability of a local apparel network for themselves, and 3) The core group decides to move ahead with other apparel opportunities.

A place of meeting will be determined as the group forms. It may be in the FREE open air setting of a park. It may be a classroom in your church if you can arrange it.

Yo hablo espanol.

The YouTube link is the video I uploaded for Prom 2011. It does not cover a raffle, but the business model is the same.

I'll be expecting your call. (512) 218-4627
Send your email message with the following subject: Prom 2012

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