I just want some honest feedback about my matchstick harley art, either
pos or negative, about my art, and also how could a person sell
something like this other then ebay, anybody else in the group do any
kind of matchstick, to see the pictures of my harleys click on down
below, and is it ok to post at this goup first time thanks,
sincerly, dean baker
On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 09:47:34 -0600, email@example.com (baker) wrote:
I'm not into Harleys, but that piece looks great. The workmanship
looks good and it seems like a unique item. I'll bet a HD fanatic
would love one.
A direct website, via catalogs catering to HD enthusiasts, or at biker
events and shows? Stock car races and car shows might also be good
places. At events, a card with a good photo and the web address could
prove to be a good marketing tool.
Offering up a freebie as a charity fund raiser raffle prize at a local
event might also be a good marketing tool. I know my buddies who ride
bikes with engines seem to always be at charity rides. A tax pro
could instruct you if and how to write off the value of the donation.
Start a buzz about them, make sure to attach YOUR BRAND NAME! Is a
West Coast or Orange County chopper simply another custom bike? Those
guys all started small. <G>
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might also have some ideas. Check your local library for it.
Looks more like a chopper than a Harley. Sort of like, all Harleys are
motorcycles but not all motorcycles are Harleys. I don't see and brand
identification. Also, be caution of copyright infringements.
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