JennW Posted 16 May 2013 , 6:45pm
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Can you give me a list of maybe the top 5 items you purchase online most often? 

Do you buy them online because of price, convenience or necessity (no shops near by)?

What is more important to you personally, low cost supplies or good quality supplies?

 

On a side note:

What would you be willing to pay to rent kitchen space to do your baking/decorating/cookie or candy making? 

 

I am doing some research, and would love to hear your feedback!  Thanks so much!

 

Jenn

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ellavanilla Posted 16 May 2013 , 7:08pm
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AI buy all my paper goods online for price and convenience.

1. Baking cups 2. Boxes 3. Cake rounds 4. Flour 5. Special tools.

meriem Posted 16 May 2013 , 7:22pm
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AI buy practically everything online, there aren't many specialty shops where I live and the ones that we do have are really expensive.

Mamasmanna Posted 16 May 2013 , 7:53pm
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I think the kitchen rental space varies by state and region. When looking for a commercial kitchen space in MO I've been given the following price quotes by different places: $150 per day (no matter how much time you use), $12 per hour with initial deposit of $250, $10 for 20 hours a week commitment, and $45 for 8-hour increments. It just depends on how much/how often you need it and what you can afford. The more resourceful you are the more likely you'll find a better deal on rental space. Try churches, schools, community centers, catering halls, restaurants any of these places may be willing to rent to you.

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