So, being the wife of a police officer I often hear my husbands co-workers talk about what a bummer it is to go out to eat, or grab a beer at the local pub just to find that your waiter was someone you arrested or pulled over at some point. Makes ya wonder what they might do to your food? Ty and I have been brainstorming how to have a night out for police officers and other service men/women who deal with the same dilemma. I don't mean to offend those who are not police, fire, or military, but I think it's important for these guys to get a night out to relax and not worry about who they are going to run into. As I start planning for this night though I need to figure out what type of evening would be the most enjoyable, so I would REALLY appreciate a response to this post....even if the response is, "sorry, I wouldn't come." Also, please pass this along to anyone you know of who might be able to give me some feedback. You can post on my Facebook, message me or even send an email Brianne@stillwaterhollow.com
Here are some questions I have:
If we had dinner available, but tickets for the dinner would need to be purchased ahead of time (so we know how many to plan on) would you buy a ticket? The dinner we are looking at would be tri-tip or something similar, roasted red potatoes, salad, rolls, fruit for $10-$12 per plate.
*We wouldn't require you to buy dinner in order to come
If we had drinks available (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) would you purchase a drink?
Would you like there to be:
-A live band?
-A poker tournament?
-Any other suggestions???
Would you be more likely to come if kids were welcome or if it were adults only?
What day would you be most likely to attend on?
Thanks so much for your feedback! We really want to do something before the end of summer and hope to make it a great evening where everyone can just relax and socialize!
1 year ago