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You really need something to stick out if you want your Concession Stand to “Stand out”. For the same reason making cotton candy attracts with the smell like being at the fair. We have found Pickles are a great addition and the smell seems to attract kids everywhere. A lot of people avoid them because of the mess, but if you use the ones that come in a plastic pouch you don’t need to touch them. Here is a link to Van Holten Pickles http://www.vanholtenpickles.com/ they make several flavors. Here is a link to buy them online: http://www.nationwidecandy.com/CANDY/items.asp?Mc=VANHOLT
Once kids start walking around eating these things and drinking the juice other kids will come a running.

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Make sure to set your prices so you'll both make money and move product. If your prices are too high, you won't sell anything; if too low, you won't make much money. If you don't know where to start, use local vending machine prices as a start.

You really need something to stick out if you want your Concession Stand to “Stand out”. For the same reason making cotton candy attracts with the smell like being at the fair. We have found Pickles are a great addition and the smell seems to attract kids everywhere. A lot of people avoid them because of the mess, but if you use the ones that come in a plastic pouch you don’t need to touch them. Here is a link to Van Holten Pickles http://www.vanholtenpickles.com/ they make several flavors. Here is a link to buy them online: http://www.nationwidecandy.com/CANDY/items.asp?Mc=VANHOLT
Once kids start walking around eating these things and drinking the juice other kids will come a running.
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