[Market-farming] Public radio auction

Two Small Farms csa at mariquita.com
Fri Jan 17 19:04:33 EST 2003


Yes, every year we donate 2   4-week 'trial' shares to our local public
radio auction. It's always a very popular item, and I believe it gets the
word out. you can limit the months, ours needs to be used between June and
October, our lushest months produce-wise. We also donate a 4-week share to
local school auctions as well.

Julia at Mariquita Farm


----- Original Message -----
From: "Lucy Goodman" <goodows at infinet.com>
To: "CSA-L" <CSA-L at prairienet.org>; "market-farming"
<market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 11:38 AM
Subject: Advertising


> To find out rates on your local public television station contact the
> person in charge of underwriting.
>
> You can usually post PSA on public radio for free for things like
> farmer's markets, farm tours open houses etc.
>
> I have a question has anyone ever use a public TV funder auction as
> advertising. There are two PBS stations around me both that have
> auctions twice a year. people donate items and I have thought donating a
> CSA share may be good advertising for our CSA at not a lot of cost.
> So anyone done this and how did it work out?
> --
> Lucy Goodman
> <br>New Paris, OH
> <br>Boulder Belt Organics
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