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Running an orderly house - a way to increase bar trade?

Pratten, John D. and Greig, Robert (2006) Running an orderly house - a way to increase bar trade? Journal of food products marketing, 12 (2). pp. 115-124. ISSN 1045-4446

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Abstract

Urban renewal in the UK has led to town and city centres offering young people a lively night life. Unfortunately, it is also connected with drink-related crimes. Many people do not use pubs and bars because they feel threatened. In order to attract such customers, the owners and managers need to act positively to prevent unacceptable behaviour. The use of properly trained door staff and participation in a local Pubwatch scheme, which can ban trouble makers from all pubs and bars in the locality, have proved to be helpful. Such informationmight be useful to some US outlets.

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