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Time for trade to lose contact

Advances in technology powering pub entertainment ahead ADVANCES in technology mean home entertainment has come on leaps and bounds in recent years. From 3D TVs and...

Games can captivate customers, firm says

A SECURE casing for games consoles in bars and clubs is now available with a 46-inch ‘professional grade’ NEC screen. Entertainment supplier Sound Leisure said...

Reflex is in Wonderland

A HOST of major pub operators are said to have given the seal of approval to Reflex Gaming’s first foray into the licensed trade. Alice’s...

Songs can be music to a publican’s ears

Live music can increase footfall and boost bar takings, as Graeme Murray reports Live music is an increasingly popular – and lucrative – means of attracting...
Sports fans in pub drinking beer

Listen to the latest trends

Operators can tap into demand for greater entertainment options

Kit is music to the trade’s ears

Multi-entertainment systems can bring benefits for operators THE humble pub jukebox has come a long way in recent years. Suppliers have told SLTN that advances in...

Advertising system extends its Screach

A system which allows publicans to use existing TV screens as an advertising channel for their venue has been made available with free installation to...
• Unused spaces, such as storage rooms or meeting rooms, can be converted to create a private hire entertainment space such as a karaoke room.

Entertain change to break from the pack

Expanding range of options can set venues apart, say firms IN an ever competitive marketplace, it seems a strong entertainment offer can help a venue...

Are they not entertained?

A strong offer can keep customers happy and tills ringing With more competition for the leisure pound than ever before, the ability to offer customers...
UFC octagon

A knockout for pubs

Bars which pull out all the stops to cater to customers looking to watch the highly anticipated Khabib v Poirier UFC match this Saturday (September 7) will pull in the punters, according to BT Sport.

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