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I just got off the phone with a local toddler play area that has a boutique and we made a consignment agreement. I am super excited, but need to focus on what needs to be done before I take my coolers there in two weeks. I'm debating whether or not I should place the coolers in a product bag, but then worry that the consumer won't be able to see the pockets. Or they might want to touch and feel the product.

I will have my logo on the product. For others who do consignment what else should I include with packaging, display, etc.

Thanks so much!

Posted at 7:33 pm Apr 18, 2012 EDT

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Knitspin from Knitspin says
Edited on Apr 20, 2012

You could have one as a sample outside and the rest in bags and mark it as SAMPLE.

Posted at 8:03 am Apr 20, 2012 EDT

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