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Brittani Rable

How to Part Ways with Your Current Trivia Host

One of the hardest things about being a business owner is letting go of relationships that no longer fall in line with your day-to-day production. In this particular example, we are talking about parting ways with your current Trivia host. While this can be a daunting task, there are some best practices you can take to ensure a smooth transition. Give them fair notice Unless it’s an emergency, don’t let your host go with no warning. Essentially, you’ll want to give them a two weeks notice. This gives them plenty of time to process the news, as well as make …

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Ellen Wilshire

The Beginner’s Guide to DIY Trivia Night

Thanks in large part to Pinterest and HGTV, the DIY trend is becoming an increasingly popular craze. From jewelry, to home decor, just about everyone is working on a personalized project these days. With the demand for boutique experiences ever increasing, more and more products and services are being created in-house- and Trivia Nights are no exception. Creating a DIY Trivia Night makes sense for a laundry list of reasons. In addition to saving money by using the resources you already have at your disposal, the benefits of creating a custom experience tailored to your customers cannot be overstated. While …

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Brittani Rable

How to Make your Bar Traffic Winter-Proof

Summer is gone and fall is in full swing. With the cooler weather, that means you’re running out of time to advertise your patio and outdoor space. As temperatures dip, especially closer to winter, people are going to turn their focus indoors. You want to make sure that your venue is enticing enough inside that they’ll want to brave the chill to spend it with you.  Spice up your menu A favorite of many people across the board are fall flavors: cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin, you name it. In late fall: peppermint. For you, that means adding some appropriately fall menu …

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Brianna LeCompte

3 Reasons you need a custom Trivia Night

Let’s say you’re playing Trivia at the bar with your friends. The host reads the question, or maybe even just the category, and you instantly think, “Well, I’ll never get this one right.” It’s a feeling that every Trivia player is familiar with, and to some extent, it’s part of the fun. That is, unless you’re left with that feeling after every question. At that point, Trivia begins to feel more like a test than a game. If your Trivia Nights are suffering from “standardized test syndrom,” you’re missing out on the revenue and excitement that a great show can …

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Brittani Rable

Own Your Trivia Night with Customization

Own Your Trivia Night with Customization Today is the age of customization. From shampoo to shoes to software, there seems to be nothing that can’t be personalized; and among the ever-growing list of flexible products is Trivia. Sure, it’s easy enough to buy a standardized, pre-made show, but what’s stopping someone else from doing the same? In other words, with static shows like this, your experience won’t be unique, and the success of an establishment rides on its ability to register as unique to its patrons.  On the other hand, maybe you want to purchase a show, but can’t find …

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Following Restaurant and Bar Industry Trends

In any service industry, clients want to feel valued and appreciated. One of the best ways to show that you care about your clients outside of just their Trivia Night is to stay up to date on industry trends. By keeping yourself informed, you are able to position yourself as a business partner. This shows your clients that you offer value to them on every night of the week. There are a number of places you can find articles and information about the bar and restaurant industry. Below are the best ways to start on the path towards becoming an …

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Brianna LeCompte

10 Ways to Thank Customers for their Business

It is a well-known business principle that it’s far more expensive to acquire a new customer than it is to retain an existing one. How much more expensive? While the exact number is up for debate, depending on which study you believe, the cost can be anywhere from 5 to 25 times as great. That is business reason enough to focus on keeping your current customers as happy as possible. Still, it doesn’t account for the other benefits of maintaining satisfied customers. The happier your customers, the more likely they are to provide you with referrals and testimonials, spread positive …

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