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Author Topic: Bid Protocol Question  (Read 9306 times)

John Livings

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Re: Bid Protocol Question
« Reply #30 on: April 02, 2011, 11:50:46 pm »

It was suggested to me that I simply invite them to other gigs we're doing so they can see how we work and the results we provide.  The invitations will be to both soundchecks and shows.


Hi Dave, We do that all the time, costs little and can pay off big.

Regards,  John
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Re: Bid Protocol Question
« Reply #31 on: June 25, 2011, 12:50:54 am »

It was suggested to me that I simply invite them to other gigs we're doing so they can see how we work and the results we provide.  The invitations will be to both soundchecks and shows.


Hi Dave, We do that all the time, costs little and can pay off big.

Regards,  John

Thanks to all who have contributed to this thread, I really appreciate it!

The rest of the story--  I decided not to go the low-ball route at all. 

I bid each show correctly, and got outbid on the early shows by folks with mismatched mains and orange power cords.....

I continued to invite them to my other shows and submitted very detailed bids.

I'm not completely sure of all the reasons, but I finally got a show.  We'll see what happens.
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The wrong piece of gear at the right price, is still the wrong piece of gear.
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