So, the Christmas holidays seem ever such a long way away and the summer holidays are just over. Not only are the kids back to school (bringing more traffic and the nerves of every parent packing them off with it) but your employees are also feeling the effects of the 'back to school feeling!'
As the weather starts to go a little greyer, they need a boost to work with a renewed vigor. So, how can you help?
The popularity of gift cards has shot up in the recent times for many reasons. We, of course, offer our own card for dining, pub food and drinks, so we wanted to take a look at the five reasons why gift cards are advantageous for your business.
Burton-based Greene King has donated £15,000 to a special fund that helps support rural pubs who want to diversify their services for the benefit of the community. Bosses at Greene King, which is based in Centrum 100, has backed the Pub is the Hub's Community Services Fund for four years and has now donated £60,000 in total.
Whether you are looking to eat, drink or stay, the Great British Pub card offers over 3,000 great locations.
Your card or e-code can be redeemed at many leading outlets including all Greene King pubs, Chef & Brewer, Hungry Horse, Fayre & Square, Flaming Grill and Farmhouse Inns. If you are looking for a family a treat a visit to Wacky Warehouse is the perfect solution.
If you are seeking fine dining then you could select seafood restaurant Loch Fyne.
With Father’s Day on the horizon a Great British Pub card is a perfect gift and is available as a physical card or digital code – to find out more visit our website.
We are very proud to announce that we have two new additions to the Great British Pub family
Hungry Horse pubs across the UK are offering Macmillan nurses a free meal every Sunday throughout May to thank them for their hard work.
Kirk Davis joined Greene King as CFO in 2015 following key finance roles at JD Wetherspoon and Tesco.Tasked with unlocking the financial potential of the £774m acquisition of Spirit Pub Company in 2015, over the past two years he has been focused on building the best pub company in the UK. So, with Brexit being the key driver of uncertainty across all industries, how is this CFO dealing with the UK’s exit from the EU?
Greene King has donated another £15,000 to an organisation that helps pub landlords offer more services to their communities. This is the fourth year Greene King has given to the Pub is the Hub, bringing the total donated to £60,000.
Greene King Pub Partners has been recognised for the support it gives its licensees by being named best tenanted and leased pub company (201 plus sites) at the Publican Awards 2017. The Bury St Edmunds based company impressed judges across a range of areas including reporting record results in the past financial year and introducing a new food supply service.