Jewish Event Planning 101

Jewish Event Planning Tip – What’s In Your Jewish Half Mile Radius?

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Your Jewish Event Planning Radius

What’s around you that is Jewish? Is there a Synagogue down the block? How about a Jewish Center where they can bring their kids? What about Kosher food or Kosher restaurants in a half mile radius? If you want to host a Jewish celebration or weekend event, know your “Jewish vicinity” and where your customers can visit or frequent when they’re out and about. Knowing what’s around your venue that’s Jewish can help you tailor a special rate or program to the Jewish market. NYC is a destination for millions of visitors every year and offering special rates for out of town guests at a nearby Synagogue is a great way for to get new customers in the door. For instance, pairing with your local Synagogue and offering a special rate for out of town guests who attend weekend events or for Sabbath is a great option – the guests will see that your venue is accommodating to their needs. And eventually, they may decide to build on their hotel stays and start hosting events at your place!

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