Business come together to generate more business
Ettalong businesses have come together to generate more business to take up the slack caused by diversion of the Palm Beach ferry.
The businesses have organised a Red Carpet Day on September 9.
The aim of the day is to bring local business owners and operators together to create an event solely focused on Ettalong businesses.
Local businesses will be rolling out the red carpet and offering bargains and exclusive discounts and services between 10am and 2pm on the day.
The event was created by Peninsula Tourism Partners, supported by Ettalong Diggers Visitor Information Centre.
The day coincides with the third Annual Studebaker Car Show held in the Ettalong Diggers car park.
"We are door-knocking and trying to lock in as many businesses as possible for the ultimate red carpet experience in Ettalong," said visitor centre administrator Ms Kim Cole.
Three trophies have been donated for the public vote of the Studebaker cars on show.
Rotary will be raising money for a local Youth Refuge by selling raffle tickets, with prizes donated by the participating local businesses.
There will be buskers for entertainment.
"We're aiming to hold a Red Carpet Day twice a month," Ms Cole said.
Media release, 2 Aug 2018
Kim Cole, Ettalong Diggers
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