My trailer is a rolling billboard. I promote heavily on my Facebook page, began a VIP club through texting opt in’s using key words. I talk a lot :-). Seriously, cold calling has never been so fun. Knockerball is something virtually new and it is guaranteed fun. I stop by places of interest and meet a GM or whoever is in charge and ask if they have ever considered doing something like I offer at their location. I carry a thin binder with me to show them my COI, waiver, safety stats, etc. I am offering them something that, in most cases, they have not done before and the fun aspect is hard to ignore. I joined the local chamber of commerce, participated in a ribbon cutting and support other members, by stopping by their business and taking a picture of their staff with a knockerball. They post, I post and it just keeps going. I recently sent a family a 16×20 family photo around the knockerballs at their backyard party. They posted that to everyone that attended and those attendees also sent it out. 1 photo went to over 800 people from a 40 person party. I attend networking get togethers, football jamborees and have signed up to be in the Christmas parade, where knockerballs in santa hats will walk the route beside my trailer. I do little in private – if I am cleaning the knockerballs, I will do it in the neighborhood or next to a soccer park. It’s like having a puppy – everyone wants to touch them and ask what they are. I have been the halftime entertainment at the cities professional soccer club and look to grow that relationship. I build on existing relationships, who love what I am doing and tell me who I need to meet, then introduce me. In short, I make friends, draw smiles and create fun for anyone that wants to participate. Tonight I met a 3rd grader named Rocco, who was riding his bike past my driveway, while I was power washing the equipment. He asked me what they were and why I had so many? I gave him my card to give to his parents, let him try a ball on and he immediately ran right at me. Awesome!