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Member Benefits 2017
PROMOTE your restaurant to annual event audiences (e.g. Celtic Connections, Merchant City Festival, Glasgow Loves Christmas)
PROMOTE your restaurant to one-off event audiences (e.g. World Badminton Championships 2017, 2018 European Sports Championship, Euro 2020)
PROMOTE your restaurant to conference delegates through the Glasgow Life Delegate Map and online delegate offers.
OPPORTUNITY to connect with other food and drink product in the city (e.g. food tours, whisky tours, craft beer tours, collaboration with other food and drink businesses)
OPPORTUNITY to be involved in food and drink events in the city (e.g. Merchant City Festival, BBC Good Food Show, Good Food Glasgow, Glasgow Restaurant Festival)
PROMOTE new menus, events and promotions through Glasgow Restaurant Association online channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Website and newsletter (almost 10,000 and growing daily)
PROMOTE your restaurant via a listing on the Glasgow Dinearound website (glasgowdinearound.com) which receives 55,000 visits from 46,000 people every year plus the opportunity to take part in Dine Around events
AUTOMATIC membership to Scottish Tourism Alliance - benefits listed here: http://scottishtourismalliance.co.uk/page/why-join-the-sta/
COMMUNITY you become part of a community having a voice and shaping the future of the Glasgow hospitality scene
EVENT opportunities including access to large corporate bookings and dinner party opportunities.
PROMOTION to consumers through People Make Glasgow digital channels
OPPORTUNITY to participate in travel trade activity, promoting your business to international visitors
ACCESS to a suite of PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW city brand assets.
ACCESS to business development resources, research, data and insights on glasgowcitymarketing.com
KNOW about industry and city developments first.
DIRECT referrals in response to Glasgow Life client hospitality enquiries.
RES DIARY promotional and event opportunities reaching out to a massive database for Glasgow Best Restaurant members
BIG MACK DINE AROUND
The Mackintosh Festival is not only culture treat but brings you great dining offers at some of Glasgow’s best restaurants throughout the Festival, which runs from the 1st to the 31st October.
Enjoy either two courses for £15.95 at the following Glasgow eateries when you display your programme or ticket stub (please note that all deals are subject to availability and terms and conditions:
Rogano, City Centre £15.95
T’s and C’s
Please mention 2 courses for £15.95 when booking.
This offer is not valid on a Saturday.
Diners will dine in Cafe Rogano downstairs.
£5 supplement on oysters, steak and the seafood platter.
Tables Back By 2 Hours
Guys, Merchant City £15.95
MalMaison, City Centre £15.95
The Pipers Tryst, City Centre £15.95
Alla Turca, City Centre £15.95
Holiday Inn, City Centre £15.95
The Willow Tearooms, City Centre and Watt Brothers
10% off the bill and the chance to receive a Mackintosh Souvenir
Iberica, City Centre
Three Tapas and a Dessert for £18
Bar Soba, City Centre
2 courses £12.95, Sunday to Friday from 12pm-6.30pm
Sapporo, Merchant City
2 courses with a glass of wine/soft drink £16, Monday to Friday from 12pm to 6pm
#MACKFEST IS COMING SOON!
A PROGRAMME OF OVER 40 EVENTS CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH IS LAUNCHED FOR NEXT MONTH’S MACKINTOSH FESTIVAL
The programme for the sixth Mackintosh Festival has been launched and includes over 40 events, many of which are free, celebrating the life of architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh in and around Glasgow Mackintosh venues across the city and beyond.
The festival, which is organised by Glasgow Mackintosh, takes place every October and attracts over 100k visitors to our city each year.
2017’s festival is warming up the city ahead of the year-long celebrations of the 150th anniversary of Mackintosh’s birth with a new exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, opening in March 2018, and the opening of Mackintosh at The Willow in Sauchiehall Street on 7th June 2018 - CRM’s 150th birthday.
Following on from last year’s very successful The Big Rose, Elisabeth Vigiue Culshaw is back with her stencils to create The Big Banner – a recreation of a banner designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Kate Cranston’s Willow Tea Rooms in 1904. Elisabeth is working at various Glasgow Mackintosh venues across the month, and invites the public along to free and paid-for workshops to help her recreate the banner which will hang in The Lighthouse throughout the festival.
Glasgow Mackintosh is working with festival partners: Glasgow Women’s Library who will host their Glasgow Girls of Garnethill walk; Glasgow Restaurant Association who are running ‘The Big Mack Dinearound’ in some of the city’s best restaurants; St Enoch Centre will host an exhibition of art work by secondary school pupils, part of an annual Glasgow Mackintosh art competition called ‘Mackintosh the Innovator’ and the annual photography competition with Glasgow Doors Open Day Festival which will see the winning photos on display online throughout the festival.
Commenting on the festival programme, Garry Sanderson, Treasurer of Glasgow Mackintosh, commented: “This year’s festival is going to be a nice warm up for the city ahead of next year’s celebration of Mackintosh’s birth. The festival is now in its sixth year and we have a fantastic programme of over 40 events lined up over the course of the month in Glasgow Mackintosh and partner venues. Many of our events are free and we have something for all ages – including workshops, talks, tours, exhibitions and much more. We look forward to welcoming you to the sixth Mackintosh Festival.”
For full information: www.glasgowmackintosh.com/festival
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