Large letters, in short messages, are essential for an ‘A’ board to effectively deliver a message to passing vehicles.
Fully re-writing these boards for every promotional event is neither practical nor cost effective. The answer lies in
producing a main message that will be constant and a secondary ‘shell message’ that allows for details of weekly events
to be added as required.In the examples on this page the details of ‘coming up soon’ and ‘live music’ events can be chalked
in and updated whilst the waterproof ‘shell’ message is static.
Parties and events offer an irregular source of trade outside the festive season so reinforcing that party catering is available is an important message to get across. Regular customer often forget that facilities for that special occasion are right on their doorstep and interior and exterior reminders help to promote these services.
Just because Karaoke has been running for years
does not mean it has lost its popularity. The right
DJ is all important and the momentum builds
over a period of weeks, rather than immediately.
Rewards for groups of customers, such as a bottle
of sparkling wine for the birthday boy/girl,
can have a big influence in bringing those
new faces back for another visit. Lots of
strategically awarded prizes for
example, best ballad, best rock song,
best recent hit, make good conversation for
a night to remember.