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Getting People Back Inside Your Studio

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Hi studio owners, I’m Donna Bordeaux with . We’ve got a little idea for you on some upcoming marketing. I know that many of you are having issues with lower capacity and getting people to come back into your studios after such a long time of being taught to stay home and be very careful about things. We’ve got to get people back into the swing of things. We can take a lot of precautions, but they can still come into your studio and start enjoying and getting that experience back up to where it was before the COVID challenge. So there’s some restaurants throughout the country who were doing some promotions to entice people, to come back and eat inside the restaurant. We’ve all gotten so used to take out and eating at home during this challenge that it is scary for some folks.

And there are some folks who probably shouldn’t go back out, but the majority of people, maybe a little scared, but we want to give them that feeling again, of getting out and enjoying themselves and having that great experience in your studio. So think about what you can do from a promotions aspect that is solely based on getting people back in your studio. So, you know me, I don’t like the discount idea, but I do like a promotion where we give them something that they weren’t going to get before. So maybe you take those smaller pieces and offer them, they have a mom and child kind of an event where the kid gets to paint-free. If mom comes in or that you, entice people to come back in with some other kind of a bring a friend offer and get them back in your studio. So let me know what ideas you’ve tried, what has worked, maybe even what hasn’t. So we can all talk about it and help you grow that business back in there again, and get it back in your studio. We want to see people back and especially before the holidays, I’m Donna Bordeaux with

Donna Bordeaux, CPA with

Creativity and CPAs don’t generally go together. Most people think of CPAs as nerdy accountants who can’t talk with people. Well, it’s time to break that stereotype. Lively, friendly, and knowledgeable can be a part of your relationship with your CPA as demonstrated by Donna Bordeaux and PYOP Donna and her husband, Chad, who is also a CPA, have over 50 years of combined experience as entrepreneurial CPAs. They’ve owned businesses and helped business owners exceed their wildest dreams. They have been able to help PYOP studios earn 4 times more profit than the average PYOP and are passionate about helping industries that help families build great memories.