Thinking of creative ideas to promote and market your food truck business can seem like a daunting task, but it is pretty easy. With Christmas right around the corner, here are five Christmas marketing tips to help your food truck business resonate well with customers. To get a jumpstart on your Christmas marketing endeavor, try serving a selection of mouthwatering and exclusive holiday items. Whether you want to go for cozy and casual meals such as cheese balls or chicken stuffed buns, or something formal and fancy like garlic roasted pork. Your unique food truck ideas will surely be a hit among people craving delicious holiday food on the go. You can participate in a charity event that collects toys and money to be handed out to those less fortunate. You can also encourage your longtime customers to lend a hand. Working with a food truck booking company and doing something for the economic well-being of the underprivileged is an excellent way to call attention to your food truck company.
Arrange a photo opportunity at your food truck by providing your customers with Christmas props like fashionable Santa hats or tinsel garlands. Make sure to include a hashtag with your food truck's name along with the props so that it gets shared online through your customers' social media accounts. Using social media as a means of marketing never fails. How does your food truck get prepared during the holidays? Take your customers into your kitchen with a video of you and your crew prepping the truck for the Christmas season. People are curious by nature and giving them a sneak peek at the behind-the-scenes action will certainly arouse their interest in your food truck. The ultimate objective of marketing is to keep your business on your customers' minds at all times. Something as elementary as heartily wishing them Merry Christmas is an easy way to get your customers to keep your food truck in their thoughts.
She is a veteran, and she will want revenge on the PC who was blamed for the murder. Another cultist NPC who is briefly mentioned in episode 5 is a thief named Larion Keenblade. By episode 5, he wants out of the cult altogether. Outline: Speaking of the trip, the caravan stops off in many iconic locations along the way. What follows is my outline on what happens when. It's just how I ran it, feel free to take it or leave it. I had to eyeball the distance between locations in some cases. I have included links to information on each of the settlements in case you want to flesh them out. Bad Eyesight: I originally ran this using a different route. I didn't notice the "Coast Way", so I used a very indirect route that involved taking the caravan all the way over to Scornubel. I have since updated this map and entry to illustrate the intended journey in the adventure.
The Schedule: The trip is 750 miles long, 15 miles per day. 60 days total. The caravan travels for 8 hours a day and camps at night. The wagons stop every 6 days to let the animals rest. Day 32: No Room at the Inn: The assassins are ridiculously powerful. This was an error in the adventure, due to the stats of assassins changing during the creation process. You might want to use different stats. There's a shop called "Toreth's Treasures" and a sealed-off tomb with magical wards that you might be able to do something fun with. Day 52: Daggerford (detailed in Scourge of the Sword Coast. You may want to mention Duke Maldwyn Daggerford and his magic blade Lawflame, just to refer to Scourge a bit. You could also have the heroes meet Sir Isteval, who is part of the Council in Rise of Tiamat. Azbara Jos and Jamna Gleamsilver sign on to the caravan.