Here's the situation... I was asked by a local gallery if I would be interested in having them send me business - okay, I obviously answered, "YES!" and agreed to send down business cards and some flyers. The gallery owners are great people and as they have just opened I have no idea what will come of this. I spoke with a couple of people about their offer and both of them said, "You are going to give the people they refer to you a discount aren't you??" With all that I've read in this forum, in Decor and in PFM, I'm concerned that framers from around the country might attack me for even entertaining such a thought! So, what can I write in my little flyer that makes people feel like they're getting a "special offer" if they come see me? By the way, the gallery owners did not ask for discounts. My business has dropped off considerably since the spring and I'm trying not to act desperate, keep a clear head and pay my bills. Any ideas as to 'the little somethings I can offer?" beyond "Give 'em great service!" Help! P.S. Last week I was offered free advertising (exclusive for framing) for an artists Christmas show... guess what they want for customers, 10% off. I said I'd think up something better! HELP! I have till Tuesday to come up with something else.