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barvertisement

bluetooth special offers
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When I'm out pubbing, I always seem to find out the special drink promotions somewhere towards the end of the night, or never at all.

This is cause, we rarely read the awkwardly placed A4 sized dusty blackboards.

A simple method of reaching everyone in the bar is to get their direct attention. Simply done by sending bluetooth messages to mobile phones informing of whats on offer.

Easily done. computer + dongle = Kronenbourg @ £2.25 all night (or whatever)

Would be an effective tool in shifting inventory.

shinobi, Dec 28 2006

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       The poor blue toothless bastards. +   

       Would this cause a mad rush to the bar?
Chefboyrbored, Dec 29 2006
  

       You've never tried asking the barman/girl what their specials for the evening are?
DrCurry, Dec 29 2006
  

       well you could, but I never have, no.
shinobi, Dec 29 2006
  

       Bone for any advertising sent to me.
Galbinus_Caeli, Dec 29 2006
  

       Beef up your transmitter and send messages to the patrons of the bar next door!
emjay, Dec 29 2006
  

       Think some places already do this...i know Fat Sams in Dundee tried it for advertising different club nights with varying success.
ailbob, Dec 30 2006
  
      
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