Ooooby Stall Holders

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Ooooby Stall Holders

If you're interested in starting an Ooooby Stall in your local area, join this group and we'll let you know what you can do to get the ball rolling.

Members: 48
Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2015

BY JOINING THIS GROUP YOU ARE NOT COMMITTING TO ANYTHING.

You are simply expressing an interest in possibly starting an Ooooby Stall in your local area.

 

To get a good idea of how it works, come and have a look at our stall at 56 Surrey Crescent, Grey Lynn.  Tuesdays from 2.30pm - 6.30pm.



How does it work?

You may start with as small as an Ooooby Stall at your local market before developing it into an appropriate scale retail outlet for your region.

You will need to be willing and able to fund the start-up costs and manage the growth of your Ooooby Enterprise to its full potential.


If you are interested in growing food for your local Ooooby Stall join the Stall Growers group.

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Ooooby Stall Standards

Ooooby Stall Standards1. Be professional.  Be on time.  Be courteous.  Dress neatly.  Be prepared.2. Present with panache.  Pay attention to detail.  A cuisine photographer could turn up any…Continue

Started by Pete Russell Oct 6, 2010.

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Comment by Miles Thompson on April 12, 2010 at 4:28pm
Hannah and I are thinking of teaming up for a market on the Kapiti coast/Paekakariki so thought I'd start lurking here too..
Comment by Sarah Peers on March 22, 2010 at 4:59pm
Like Graham I'm happy lurking here - on behalf of sunny Hamilton!
Comment by Roisin Johnson on March 22, 2010 at 12:20pm
I am keen to start one here in Taranaki - would really like to see the systems and procedures manual - as part of the Taranaki Regeneration Tour this week we are having a harvest festival in Inglewood and are attempting to run a stall along the lines of the OOOOBY stall - any info on how to make it successful would be gratefully recieved. if it is positively received on the day - I will try and work out what needs to be done to make it a regular thing in town - am also thinking about starting one at work - regular friday lunch time buy and barter
Comment by Hannah Zwartz on March 10, 2010 at 2:31pm
Paekakariki monthly market? Would love to hear your experiences at Grey Lynn and how you go about tracking who's brought what etc.
Comment by Pete Russell on March 9, 2010 at 4:30pm
Great to have you with us Graham.
Comment by Graham on March 9, 2010 at 3:40pm
With you on principle. Will be lurking on behalf of Waihi.
 

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