One of the “fun” (heh) things about being a solo entrepreneur is that one has only one’s own mistakes to learn from. Happily, it also means that along the learning curve you get to develop really wonderful relationships with the folks who have supported your business.
On Thursday I got a very pleasant email from the interim senior minister at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus, sharing the wonderful news that their two choirs would like to share my solstice cantata, Remember the Dark, in their worship services on January 29. Her staff was concerned, though, that for a congregation of their size the cost might be prohibitive.
(This is what happens when I base my pricing structure on congregations the size of my beloved little UUCV: the kind of numbers that make sure my expenses are met for a small order suddenly seem unwieldy and unreasonable for larger groups.)
So I appreciated the gentleness of the email, and after a little bit of Dashboard finagling, I was delighted to be able to respond with a new volume discount pricing structure for Remember the Dark. The Columbus choirs—and now, anyone—can order larger quantities of RtD scripts at up to a 60% discount. Just place the order through my Shop page, and the discount should automatically apply: 20 or more copies are only $3.00 each, and 50 or more copies are only $2.00 each!
I’ll be reviewing my catalog over the next several weeks to evaluate the pricing of my choral inventory, but if you have a particular request please follow Rev. Jennifer’s lead and contact me. It’s all about the relationships!