milovany Posted July 11, 2008 Share Posted July 11, 2008 So, in my zeal to promote the direct sales business I'm in locally (the vinyl lettering for walls), I told the new children's consignment store in town that I'd donate a design for their business if I could put my business cards and a catalog on the counter. They agreed to the arrangement and I dropped off a catalog, with a note on the phrase I thought would be really cute in a particular area of the store (the front of the front counter, where the cash register is). But I also said they could choose something different if they wanted, of course. Well, I stopped by today to see what they decided and they did choose one different than the one I had, for a really good reason (the reason being that the two words "Small Beginnings" are prominent in the expression and people might think that's the name of the store). BUT the one they chose, to get a size that would look right in the area we talked about, would be about $12-$22 more than I was thinking! The one I'd picked out, in the largest size, was $31.95 and the one that would look best of they design they chose is $44 (better) or $53 (best). Yikes! There IS a smaller one of the design they chose for $31.95 but I think it would look too small on that front counter. What do you think I should do? 1) Bite the bullet and do it anyway, in a larger size. 2) Call and mention the price difference in a friendly way and see if they want to pay the difference for a larger size. 3) Just order the smaller one, then when I take it in to apply it see if they want to put it on the front counter or in a different place (where it might look better). 4) Other? Any suggestions? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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