26 May Chronicle Counsel: The importance of planning
If you hadn’t heard, pubs, clubs and restaurants will be allowed to seat up to 50 patrons from June 1, with many now reopening, as part of the next step in relaxing the state’s COVID-19 restrictions.
For those venues that are able to reopen under these restrictions, it’s very welcome news.
With the reopening comes plenty of planning from the physical set-up to organising employee protocols, to the marketing, PR and advertising of what will be available.
Now, is the time to let the community know what you’re planning, what you’re able to offer and how they can book /reserve a table or continue to order take-away from venues.
Because it’s going to be a cluttered space come June 1. Many venues across the state will all be shouting the same news, – get ahead of the pack and use your time now to let your members, guests and new visitors know exactly what to expect when they arrive at your venue.
Central Coast Chronicle will help your business do just that with our reopening /event listing package which includes;
*A dedicated blog post about your business
*Dedicated Facebook and Instagram posts about your business
*Your reopening date (or event) added to our event planning calendar AND public listing calendar
*Inclusion of your reopening /event in our weekly members newsletter
PLUS we’ll notify you of other events happening that day so you can avoid any major clashes with competitors.
All of this for just $40+GST
It’s our way of helping local businesses as they reopen. To secure your spot click here.
(Simply select the one-off event listing option to get started)
If you have any questions please contact us.
We’re looking forward to helping spread the word (and kindness!) about your business.