How Advertising Works in Chippenham #19


  1. Decide to hold a special event to show off all the possibilities of your swanky venue
  2. Advertise your event in the sparkly new What's On section of your local newspaper
  3. Ensure it's published in good time so lots of people will come
  4. Wait for a blogger with a camera to notice that your welcome on arrival might be a bit different to what's usually on offer at these things
  5. Et voila!

Whilst marquees and gazebos are an option that larger wedding parties might be considering, I don't think the venue's restaurant staff would be that thrilled at not having the opportunity to show off what they can do to get any event off to a good start ;)

Comments

  1. I would need quite a large drink to help the canopy go down.......

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  2. Rachel - tee hee. Perhaps they're shared round everyone to keep the portions smaller ;)

    A large drink sounds a very good idea for later - cheers!

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  3. Well, I have heard that it does rain a lot in your part of the world...

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  4. Gives new meaning to the expression "cover charge"

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  5. Susan - yes it does, but not lately!

    Helen - ;)

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