I thought the plan was to get a set number printed and sell them via YD and any that didn't sell could go to various lds? Not printing extra to go to the lds, so we wouldn't be buying them for the shops, we'd be using the shops to sell the surplus.We can't afford to buy them for the shops - we are only having one print run (I think).
No, he doesn't want to risk getting left with a bunch of expensive calendars, that he's paid for but can't sell, they'd also have to go through the books then too.Would he stock them if, say, we said to buy some for £8, and sell them for £10? might be a bit more of an incentinve for them?
Well if we do get left with a surplus, they will help us get rid of them.