Did a search but didn't find much. I'm sure some of you must do fall displays/decorations for your customers. I'd like to hear about your experiences with it. How you market it, how you price it, and pics, etc. I was thinking about this for next fall. To keep it simple, I was thinking of offering "packages". Maybe two different ones, a smaller one and a larger one. Each package would have a certain number of certain items (hay bales, pumpkins, mums, corn stalks, maybe a scare crow, etc.). The packages would each have a set price. This way I'm not spending time meeting with the customers discussing endless possibilities. Just 2 packages to choose from. They would be scheduled for one specific day, and then I could even offer "take down & removal" after a certain time frame for an additional small fee, also on a specific day. For example: set up day is Oct. 19th and take down day is Nov. 29th. This way I'm not running around doing these on all different days. One trip to the supplier in the morning and then do as many as I can fit in a day. My hope would be that enough neighbors/referrals would come in that I have to schedule a second run. Example: Set up Nov. 1st. and take down Nov. 30th. For the size displays I'm thinking of, it wouldn't take much time at all to set one up. Maybe 15-20 minutes tops for two guys. Could do a LOT in one day (if the demand is there). To market it I could do a display or two for family members, and take photos. Make a flyer up with color photos and mail to the customers with the package deals listed and priced. Give them the set up date and hope the phone rings! Just sorta thinking out loud here. Interested to hear what others think? Thanks.