Not sure how to best run your Parma for a Farmer campaign? No worries, we have you covered!
The great thing about Parma for a Farmer is that it can be as easy or extravagant as you like. At its simplest, you advertise your participation in Parma for a Farmer, customers come in and enjoy a parmigiana, and BAM! Donation made right there. We love an easy campaign!
For our friends out there who want to try something a little different, check out a few of our ideas:
What can be better than a pot and a parmy for trivia! Trivia nights can be as creative as you like, and are a great way for bringing customers into your venue for a fun night. They can be themed however you wish, which can provide for some amazing photo opportunities. Heck, you could do a Parma themed trivia night with parma meal specials and some parma questions!
Now that’s what I call winner, winner, chicken dinner!
Dress as a Farmer Night:
Mate, if costume parties are your (or your customer’s) thing, then why not host a Dress as a Farmer Night? Encourage your staff and patrons to don their finest Farmer garb, and head to the party for a parmy and a pint. The costumes can be as simple or elaborate as your guests choose.
To make the basic costume, all you need is:
- Straw hat or cowboy hat
- Denim overalls
- White flannel shirt with rolled up sleeves
Pay homage to our rural friends while raising much needed funds for them!
Like a pub crawl, but with more parmigianas.
Do you know nearby venues who also sell a mean parmy? Then why not partner up and create a night your parma-loving customers won’t forget.
Plan a map to make your way across the participating venues, gather a crowd together, and enjoy a night of parma-fueled fun.
*Note: even the most dedicated parmigiana enthusiast might struggle to have more than one full-sized parmigiana, so try creating fun miniature versions or parma-hybrids for the night.
These are just a few ideas, and we would love to hear what you have planned for your campaign! Drop us a message below, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to share your ideas.