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Don't sell yourself short.

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Social media is always a good method to promote your products and services. Sandcarved items are handcrafted and should be marketed as a quality handmade product. Keep in touch with your customers either by email or newsletter to let them know of new products and give them ideas for holidays and events that are coming up. Don’t sell yourself or the medium of etched products short. You are generally producing one-of-a-kind items that can only be performed by the human hand and skillset of an artisan. This skillset should be reflective of your pricing.

-Liz Haas and Billy Willis, Rayzist

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Liz Haas

Liz Haas has been a teacher, trainer and show coordinator for Rayzist Photomask for the past 15 years. For the past 10 years, she has actively taught workshops on the photoresist and the sandcarving process.

Billy Willis

Billy Willis is Sales Manager for Rayzist Photomask, Inc. He has been employed with the company for the past 27 years. Billy has had the opportunity to travel around the world educating and providing photoresist technology to companies worldwide. Billy can be reached by phone at 800-729-9478, by email at bwillis@rayzist.com or online at www.rayzist.com.

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