Plumber Marketing | 5th Birthday Party
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Let me tell you a story that will help you with yourplumber marketing. Philip our daughters are having birthdays in April. The first is April 5th and she will be turning five, her golden birthday. She’s been talking about it for months and is constantly talking about the countdown until her big day comes.
We started talking about 2 weeks ago, about where she wanted to have her party. Did she want to go to Chucky Cheese, a restaurant, Chick-fil-A, or a park. She decided to go to one of the best parks in the United States call The Gathering Place.
The Gathering Place has amazing structures made strategically to enhance play in Adventure. There are pirate ships, castles, slides made out of giant storks. It’s really an amazing place what little girl wouldn’t want to have her birthday party there. What client’s wouldn’t want to use your business once you use our plumber marketing techniques?
Next we decided on what kind of treats she would like to eat at her party. Obviously there’s the standard cake and ice cream, but did she want to switch it up with pi, cotton candy, pancakes, Giant Pizza with candles. Really the sky is the limit. In the end, as any tour year old turning 5 would she chose the classic cake and ice cream. But not any cake. a My Little Pony cake with rainbow colors and glitter sprinkles in the form of cupcakes. This comes as no surprise as this girl can gobble down some cupcakes.
Then we started talking about what she would like for her birthday. She had talked about dolls an outdoor toys, mermaid tails and bubble guns. But she really zoned in on a very special American doll. She got them magazine in the mail and starting pouring over it day after day trying to narrow down her decision of what doll she wanted. What accessories what hairstyle What story did the stall have. She finally narrowed it down to a doll named Blair. A girl who lives on a farm and helps run the family business a farm tours and food tasting.
If I were a five year old girl the party, the location, and the present sound like the most magical birthday you could ever have. I’m sure she will not be disappointed, and she will be beaming with joy all day long. After all, a four-year-old turning the Big 5, a whole hand of fingers, is a pretty big deal. Let us make your business a big deal and hire us to help with your plumber marketing.