A Grand Hog Roast Windermere Opening

On the first Saturday in November, Amy was opening her brand new hair and make-up salon after completing her training as a beautician and hairdresser. She had employed a few members of staff and had bought an empty shop in the town centre. She recently invested lots of money into refurbishing the shop and buying all the equipment needed to run a successful salon. She had also thoroughly advertised as she needed to quickly establish a client base if she was going to make her business successful. In addition to this, she was hosting an open day at her salon to try and raise awareness of its opening. She decided that in order to have a fantastic open day she needed something to make it special. Her friend recommended the Hog Roast Windermere team and Amy hired them straight away.

Head Office - sandwich3  One the opening day, the Hog Roast Windermere team set up outside her shop and Amy offered potential clients free picks of food off the Hog Roast team’s stall if they visited her salon or booked a future appointment. Amy set up balloons and banners outside and set her sisters up outside to hand flyers out to people walking past as she opened her salon for the first time.

Hiring the Hog Roast Windermere team was a fantastic success as the smell of the delicious Hog Roast drifted around the area surrounding the salon and it drew lots and lots of people in. In addition, everyone that tried the Hog Roast thought the food tasted amazing and the team received really good feedback. The open day benefited both the salon and the Hog Roast Windermere team as both of their client bases were increased as a result. The Hog Roast team received some really nice feedback regarding the organisation and friendliness of their service. Moreover, it was a great opportunity for the Hog Roast Windermere team to test out new options for their updated menu and they received really positive feedback on their new editions. Furthermore, Amy really enjoyed the open day and it was a really great boost to start her business off.