Norma can correct me if I misstate anything but she has reported on many occasions that she likes what she does and learning about pizza, and she likes talking with her customers, taste testers, and others in her work area. She has also indicated that, at her age, she does have the stamina to go into a larger scale operation, on or off the market premises. I believe that all that she is asking for is to have the opportunity and benefit of more traffic and, in that respect, be on an equal footing with other vendors at market who are better situated than she is. With a one-day-a-week business, there are not a lot of advertising and promotional dollars left after covering all costs to devote to ways of getting the public to her stand. She and Steve have to be at the stand all day, so they are not in a position to wander around the market in search of customers or to hire others to do it for them. There have been a lot of ideas advanced by the members in this thread and many appear to be low cost and, no doubt, there are some that Norma might want to consider. As a veteran of many years at market, she will perhaps have a good feel for which ideas can be implemented and pass muster with the people who manage the market. If it turns out that the ideas she does implement do not help, or do not help enough, or it turns out that people prefer the food offerings of others, then Norma will have to decide on whether to accept her fate or to move on. That would be a hard decision because she truly likes everything about pizza. You don't end up with over 17,000 posts on this forum out of casual interest.