Every business has a slow season: landscapers turn to holiday light installation and snow removal in the winter, ski companies focus on designing new products in the summer. Even the funnest of the fun businesses have to take a break sometimes. Or do they? Keep reading for a few ideas of how to take advantage of the slower season that is Old Man Winter.
So the kids are busy at school. So what? There’s plenty of other fish in the sea. Start by brainstorming about the type of people who live in your city. Do you live in a college town? Maybe you have a large community of artists just a few miles away. Even if you think you live in a normal town with normal people, chances are good that you’re ignoring one way you can help your community. Need some examples?
If you have a lot of young people in your town, consider reaching out to the local high school or college to host a party. This time of year is study-and-house-party time, but they just might jump at the chance to take respite from the cold in a change of scenery.
Depending on businesses in your area, you might be able to host a holiday party or an employee appreciation night. Spend a couple days reaching out to companies who might have a little extra budget lying around, and see if you can give their employees a night to remember. Include food options, music, and a few other activities for those who might take longer to let loose on the trampolines.
Got a quilting circle in your neighborhood? Crafting has gotten a lot more luxe, thanks to the likes of Etsy. Host a scrapbooking marathon for those creative types. They bring the supplies, you bring the fun. Is there anything better than getting some work done, then taking a break in the foam pit? Earn bonus points by offering babysitting for little ones not yet in school.
Take a few minutes and brainstorm: the more out-of-the-box the better! Keep in mind that the goal is to provide a fun space for people to gather and even get things done. Keep your Trampoline Park POS hopping by providing seasonal treats!
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