Is your business ready for LEGOLAND Florida Visitors?
This October, the demographics of visitors to Polk County will change. As LEGOLAND Florida puts the finishing touches on the brand’s newest and largest theme park, Polk County businesses are gearing up for visiting families.
Although LEGOLAND Florida will be a destination for visitors of all ages, the park is designed for children ages two to 12. The Central Florida Visitors and Convention Bureau expects hundreds of thousands of young children, parents and grandparents to visit Polk County!
The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce, The Lakeland Center and the Central Florida Visitors and Convention Bureau have partnered to offer a free presentation on specific strategies designed to help businesses become more family-friendly on Wednesday, May 25 from 8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. at The Lakeland Center, 701 West Lime Street in Lakeland.
Julie Casey, The Restaurant Mom, is the industry’s leading expert on family-friendly dining and will be presenting keys to increasing revenues through the family market segment. As a former restaurant employee herself, The Restaurant Mom knows what it is like to be on both sides of the table, and brings many years of research in consumer dining behavior to her presentation. All businesses related to the hospitality industry will gain valuable insight from this presentation, not just restaurants! Learn more about Julie Casey at www.TheRestaurantMom.com.
LEGOLAND Florida stands to make a huge impact on the economy of Polk County, especially when businesses are poised and ready to serve!
This presentation is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Please make your reservations today at FamilyFriendly.LakelandChamber.com. The reservation deadline is May 20.