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The up side to many direct sales opportunities is that you don't maintain significant inventory year round.  However, this can also make it difficult to justify cost & storage issues associated with the tools necessary for transporting & displaying products that are only in your possession for limited periods of time.

Know of any temporary display finds or tricks for showcasing products on the go?  How do you haul your goods from A to B and back again?

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Please share as I would also like to know this as well.
each season i add a little something in hopes of easing the display of my show - which is an entire collection of children's clothes. for fall/winter, i was determined to stop hauling around my bulky (yet somewhat flimsy) hanging racks, and i absolutely LOVE my new racks. mine came from improvements, but various other retailers carry them. they're intended for use as laundry drying racks, but they were exactly what i needed: something light & collapsible (for both transporting & storage between show), yet great for displaying the adorable garments.

here they are in action:


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