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get together in texas
« on: January 12, 2015, 10:53:01 AM »
hello pinto world I'm having problem in trying to get a Reilly in Texas may be in Galveston where you can still camp out on east beach and set up a nice long drive up the coast but having a hard time setting it up.if some one from Texas close to Austin to meet up some where to help in this get together .please call me at 325-247-0602 thanks Michael
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Re: get together in texas
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2015, 01:56:42 PM »
I'd say, start small. Maybe just a local cruise to a restaurant. Do a little show and shine in the parking lot. Use that opportunity to pick some brains, gather some help, and grow your base from there. It will give you a better idea of the logistics and promotions involved. It's not a huge deal, don't get hung up on the small stuff. Cross promotions and sponsorships are a big help for filling in a larger event, but not necessary for small ones. Build an email contact list, and keep in contact just enough to not be an annoyance to your base. I used to throw raves in the nw oregon area, not quite the same, but the event planning aspect is applicable. Good luck. 
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