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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A busy employee is a happy employee. If that busy employee is a server or bartender, they’re also very highly rewarded in tips.
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Pub Facts

Casual-dining restaurants usually require significant local populations to survive and thrive. Because of the frequency of consumer visits to an Irish Pub, they can thrive in populations of less than 15,000.