I attended a local health fair. My curiosity was the motivator. Having moved into the area recently I wanted to investigate the available resources. As I entered the building the chaotic chatter greeting my alerted ears was a beacon for the rich variety of resources being offered in the hall.
The concessions were assembled in a “Disneyland” array to help facilitate the movement of customers. The array was varied. One table displayed a collection of raw desert honey and local bee pollen – with accompanying claims of reducing allergies and controlling blood sugar. Next to this booth was a collection of pamphlets advertising a memory care community that offered services for elderly patients. Further down the winding path was a display of cbd pet care products which was displayed next to an insurance agency offering coverage for medicare eligible seniors.
The concessionaires encouraged interaction and sampling of their products. This encouraged feedback from the attendees and accounted for the chaotic chatter that I initially encountered. This lively interaction between vendor and purchaser seemed to be unique as I compared it to my experience at other health fairs. This pleasant communication was reassuring as I reminisce about my relocation into my new neighborhood.
This is a good fit – a person who is curious and an area that has a variety of resources.