[Ansteorra] General event question
herrdetlef at gmail.com
Mon Aug 16 21:18:24 PDT 2010
People need to eat. An event site must provide a means to meet that need in
at least one of at least three ways.
1) Feast is served at the event.
2) The event is within a convenient driving distance of establishments where
individuals and groups can take meals off site without missing large
portions of the event.
3) Individuals and groups can prepare their own meals on site.
The first way only accounts for one meal, most of the time. A feast at an
event is usually more about atmosphere than it is about food. If the other
two options are readily available, event attendees will not starve if feast
is not served.
who doesn't always eat feast at events
On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 10:38 PM, Cisco Cividanes <engtrktwo at gmail.com>wrote:
> I have never decided a on an event based on feast. However, the
> Quality of a previous year's feast does affect my decision to order
> feast the following year.
> Taverns are nice, prices in advance are nice. And if the prices look
> good, I usually budget to eat there. An all-day, one-time rate is
> convenient, but at the same time I also appreciate the option of just
> getting a bite here or there. In general, I will pay fair rates for
> good food.
> I can't speak for anyone else, but bottomless drink offers are always
> a hit with me. (especially if they are climate appropriate: Iced in
> the summer, and warm/hot in the winter). I haven't actually seen too
> many of them, but those that I did I took part in.
> As an aside, if you want to decent return investment, snag the site
> herald in the morning, and offer to feed him (or her) if they will
> advertise for your tavern. I can't tell you how many free meals that's
> gotten me as a herald, and most taverns that did that usually
> commented about a noticeable increase in business as the word got out.
> For what that's worth.
> Ivo Blackhawk
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