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Free online help to promote your Royal Wedding party

From The Publican

By Matt Eley Matt , 17-Mar-2011

Related topics: General News, Business Support

A leading industry website is giving pubs the chance to promote their Royal Wedding celebrations for free.

 

The marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton is potentially one of the biggest money-spinners of the year with venues being allowed to open until 1am on both Friday April 29 and the following day.

 

And to mark the occasion, Inapub is offering pubs and bars free promotion of any party or special event they are running that weekend.

 

"The Royal Wedding provides a great opportunity for pubs to boost their trade," said Robin Brattel, Inapub's founder. "It is a key opportunity to drive footfall and to do that it is vital that licensees get their promotion right.

 

As part of the promotion Inapub has teamed up with The Publican to offer readers a 50 per cent discount on its silver service - making it just £5 per month - equating to a £60 annual saving. Just use the promotional code 'PubRoyal' when subscribing on the site.

 

For more information visit Inapub call 0845 230 1986 or email your details to royalwedding@inapub.co.uk

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