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Trainz on the Road Demonstrator

What do Demonstrators do?

In a nutshell the Demonstrators have fun showing Trainz to an interested audience of train enthusiasts that attend Model Railroad shows. It's great watching their reaction to Trainz and the possibilities the program offers.

So how does it work?

The way the Trainz on the Road program is organised, the Show Coordinator will have identified the show and advertises on the forum for Demonstrators (or you may be on the Show Coordinator's email list of likely Demonstrator candidates). The Demonstrator indicates their willingness to attend the show, whereupon they receive a show infokit explaining the best way to demonstrate and sell Trainz as well as complete details on the show. The Show Coordinator will organise a mutually acceptable timetable of Demonstrators. Depending on the size of the show, there may be 2-8 Demonstrators attending the show.

If you are interested in coordinating a show in your area, why not find out about becoming a Show Show Coordinator

So what are the rewards for showing off Trainz?

Well of course there is the fun aspect. It really is rewarding showing the product to a receptive audience…you are guaranteed to have a good time just on that score.

However, we don't want you to go home empty handed, so we've built in some incentives. Do you like the look of our new Trainz T-shirts? Saving up for a new video card to run Trainz at 1600 x 1200?

Well what are you waiting for? Get the full details on being a demonstrator now and check out the upcoming shows…

 

Trainz on the Road Show Coordinator

What do Show Coordinators do?

In a nutshell, these are the tasks you are expected to perform as a Show Coordinator:

  • Identify Model Railroad Show opportunities in your neck of the woods

  • Contact the organisers, book the exhibition space at the show

  • Call for participants (Demonstrators) for the show

  • Ensure Demonstrators are supplied with a pre-show kit explaining the basics of demonstrating and selling the product (kit provided by Auran)

  • Organise the Demonstrators' timetable to cover the show

  • Work in with the Global Coordinator to organise stock, hardware and show materials

  • Reconcile stock and money at the end of the show.

  • Report on the show - with pictures if possible - for inclusion on the Trainz on the Road web page

So what are the rewards for all this organising?

Well of course there is the fun aspect of sharing the Trainz experience with others, you are guaranteed to have a good time just on that score.

However, we don't want you to go home empty handed, we recognise the efforts our coordinators put in and we reward them accordingly. You also get recognition on the forums of your status as a Show Coordinator as well as access to the Trainz on the Road forum.

If this sounds like it's you, spreading the word about Trainz and being rewarded for your efforts, then get the full details on becoming a Show Coordinator now.


 
 


 

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