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Postcards? 23 Jun 2000 15:18 #22975

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We have a nice colored phot postcard of our theatre and sell them at the counter. Does your theatre carry postcards? Maybe we could exchange cards?
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Re: Postcards? 23 Jun 2000 23:27 #22976

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Postcards:

Yes we do have a postcard that we sell at the concession stand. It is a picture of our exterior with the marquee lit up at night. It sells for $1.00, and costs us 5 cents. And you thought that pop corn was the biggest profit margin item! However, that really isn't so bad when you consider what it would cost if someone took the time and expense to take there own photo. We sell a lot of them. That money goes toward the upkeep of the WurliTzer pipe organ.

Mike...I believe I sent one to you, didn't I?In addition to post cards, we also have Christmas tree balls ($7.50), a Cats Meow miniature of the building ($20.00), a large art print ($75.00), and of course T-Shirts ($10.00).

I'm curious as to what other items anyone sells as a souvenir of your theatre.
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Re: Postcards? 24 Sep 2001 11:59 #22977

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We also sell postcards. But here is something different to think about. How about refrigerator magnet? We sell them along with a free movie schedule that they can put on their refrigerator. The magnets sell for $3.00 and in costs us about $.75 to make them. We've sold quite a few of them. They have a picture of the theatre on them. One is a day shot the other is a night shot.
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Re: Postcards? 24 Sep 2001 12:12 #22978

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Others have said magnets! We have not done it. I think we will. The thing I like about it is that people can very quickly call your recording message when they have it on the fridge! At .75 I think that's an expensive magnet!

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Re: Postcards? 24 Sep 2001 15:31 #22979

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If you decide to use refrigerator magnets as a promotional tool, be sure that they are LARGER than a credit card, so your customers won't just put them in their wallet next to their credit cards. The magnet can ERASE the magnetic data stripe on the back of the credit cards!


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Re: Postcards? 24 Sep 2001 15:50 #22980

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Not too mention the person who sent for his magnets and then when the box came it was set down next to the office computer fragging the hard drive! Magnets are not meant to be next to credit cards, computers, or anything that has a memory!

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Re: Postcards? 24 Sep 2001 19:22 #22981

Guess I better not lay near magnets
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