When I went to Farmington to sell at the church bazaar, it wasn’t as busy as it had been last year. There were fewer people and even fewer vendors. I also hadn’t received my new shipment of crafts, so I did not have as much to sell as I had the previous year. However, I’m still glad that I went. It’s always been a great experience.
I met with the Entrepreneurship Club yesterday to discuss my project and what I am trying to accomplish this year. There were a few faculty members present as well, and I was given 10 minutes to speak about what I was doing. They all seemed very interested. It is a new club on campus, so they are receptive to new ideas and getting involved.
I met with Students for Social Justice yesterday to discuss my project. They not only volunteered to help me sell the crafts at my next upcoming campus event, but they wanted to collaborate with me for some of their upcoming events. They also told me about faculty and other student groups that I could be in contact with. They were the first student group on campus to offer me advice and help with my project!
I sold on campus for parents/alumni weekend and it was a great success. Parents who had bought from me last year came back to buy from me again. They were all happy to see that I was still selling the crafts on campus, and they were eager to find out when I would be selling on campus again.