This Friday, shut your trap, for good

This Friday, Better Mousetrap Marketing wants you to Shut Your Trap, for good.
The Courtenay-based firm is opening its doors next week to offer a series of one-hour marketing consultations, all for a good cause.

This Friday, Better Mousetrap Marketing wants you to Shut Your Trap, for good.

The Courtenay-based firm is opening its doors next week to offer a series of one-hour marketing consultations, all for a good cause.

With a suggested minimum donation of $50, local business owners can learn how to attract the right customers and “shut their traps” with effective marketing. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Pediatrics Wing of St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation in Comox.

“We actually opened our doors for business in May 2010, so we thought this would be the perfect time to celebrate a successful first year and give something back to the community,” said Lisa Henderson, one of the owners at Better Mousetrap Marketing. “It gives business owners a fun opportunity to work on their business while supporting an excellent cause.”

As part of the hour-long consultation with Better Mousetrap’s advisors, business owners will walk away with a marketing calendar and concepts to get them started.

To book a Shut Your Trap session, call Better Mousetrap Marketing at 250-792-1294.

Better Mousetrap Marketing is located in Courtenay and provides branding, web, and marketing services to clients throughout Vancouver Island. For more information, visit www.bettermousetrap.ca.

— Better Mousetrap Marketing

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