Rule # 1: Become immersed in local community activity Your core business will always be local so apply 50% of your marketing activities to your local community organizations (charitable, sporting, social, religious, hobbyist etc). Building solid relationships with these groups will be the bedrock of your successful business. Rule # 2: Avoid promotions that offer…

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Getting the mix of food and drink right is critical. I don’t know how restaurants with high food sales and low alcohol sales survive.
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Pub Facts

The Irish Pub Concept came about inn 1992 as the result of an initiative by Guinness Brewing Worldwide, who had watched the great growth of Irish Pubs in Europe during the late 1980's and 1990's.