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The Worlds End is an Adventure Movie Everyone Should See...
A movie that everyone should see is The World's End. The World's End is a tale about 5 friends who
as young adults tried a pub crawl called the Golden mile. Starting with the first post and ending with
The World's End but along the way they encountered some trouble and were not able to finish. 20
years later the "leader" of these boys (Gary King) now an adult with many issues dealing with his
past wants to try it all again. He goes to visit all of his friends who are all established in their careers
and have a life. Many are reluctant to join but he convinces them by saying that a certain friend who
vowed never to do it again is going. While on their 2 try they realize the entire town was taken over
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She was with 2 robot twins, hence the name 2 headed dog and Gary saved her from them. By now
they all need to escape but keep going to the bars to play it off like they don't know what's going on.
After the "The Two Headed Dog" comes "The Mermaid" where the gang meets "the marmalade
sandwich" (2 blondes and a redhead) who act as "Sirens" Like from the Odyssey and try to trap the
men there. But they fail miserably. Moving along we have the Beehive. This is where everything
gets more serious and kind of deep. Little do they know one friend has already been replaced but at
the Beehive when they find out a huge fight scene begins with the constant "spawning" of enemies
giving it the name, "The Beehive". After that they realize they must escape and can no longer go to
bars, except for Gary King because he wants to finish The Golden Mile even if it kills him.
Following the Beehive is "The King's Head" where to show that he has not been taken over Gary
King slams his head into the wall repeatedly. Gary than ditches the 2 men even after they find the
car to finish what he had started and his best friend was not going to let him go. The other friend
gets in the car and the movie shows the other 2 being chased as they go to the next bar. While in the
next bar "The Hole in the Wall" Nick Frost's character tries to reason with Gary as he gets another
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Decision Hotel For Upcoming Leadership Essay
Summary:
Leadership is an essential function of management, which helps to maximize efficiency and to
achieve organizational goals. Leaders are a major human resource in any organization. Our company
has decided to arrange a leadership seminar in Brandon for all department managers to enhance their
leadership skills. To give an intellect of direction to achieve organizational goals and keep
employees engaged, motivated and productive. However, better leaders develop better employees
and two together develop a better product. The main intention of this report is to determine hotel for
upcoming leadership event.
Main Function of Event: Making travel arrangements ahead of time is the smart move to make sure
that the event is memorable and safe for everyone involved. I have preferred 2 hotels (Royal Oak
Inn and Suites, Comfort Inn Brandon) on base of budgeting, food and beverage, seminar setup or
configuration, ground transportation, location, flexible date for events and consider the size of the
group. I categorize this hotel as Upper upscale and upscale. In order to get a clear picture of the
hotel arrangements. I used primary and secondary method for research. In primary research I had a
conversation with both hotel managers on Skype and through email or fax. Royal Oak Inn categorise
in upper scale and Comfort Inn Brandon in the upscale class. For secondary research method, I used
hotel business review magazine, newspapers, Monetized, check in with local tourist and
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Power Supply System In Hotels Essay
1. All Inclusive
This principle applies to the power supply system in hotels, as well as to use additional services,
sports equipment, beach umbrellas and sun loungers. Hotels are increasingly offering system "all
inclusive", which is in high demand among tourists.
To pay the price for a ticket to the hotel "all inclusive", you will get a full diet in all meals. Usually,
the hotel provides breakfast, lunch and dinner. In this time interval, each diverter meal is from 2 to 4
hours. That is, you have time to eat at a convenient time for you. Breakfast is served from about 6–
30 and 10–30, lunch – from 13–00 to 15–00, dinner – from 18–30 to 22–30. Undoubtedly, in
different hotels time may differ slightly. Meals are usually organized on a "buffet": ... Show more
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They spill for tourists is included in the tour with "ultra all inclusive". This system is very costly,
however, and includes an array of additional services. For example, you can have free access to
water parks, saunas and spas on site, and use the Internet, safe and minibar in the rooms.
2. Advantages and disadvantages of the system power supply "all inclusive"
Many tourists prefer to eat in the buffet restaurant. There is a huge selection of different dishes: first,
second, desserts, appetizers, salads, etc. You can take from each dishes for a small portion, and thus
diversify their meal.
The disadvantage of this is that the food is almost always repeated, and only occasionally is
preparing something original and unusual. Therefore, during prolonged stay in the hotel guests,
these dishes just bored, they want to eat something unusual and delicious. It was then that they
decided to visit the restaurant. Menu in schools is not as extensive as in the buffet, but they all more
than the original workshop and prepared by hand chef. The big advantage of restaurants is also a
wide selection of drinks of higher quality than in the main institution, running on the system "all
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Bleak Home Case Study
(901) Mrs. Holt called down after checking in stating the carpet under the AC unit was very wet.
Tony apologized and moved guest from 901 to 813. Guest was fine. Josh used the extractor and put
a fan in the room so we can sell the room later. (1309) Mr. Dunaway waited about 2 hours to get to
his room. There was no other RRRRS available. Guest was upset about it and requested we pay for
his cab to Bleak House for the wedding. Aaron apologized for the wait and gave complimentary
valet to guest. (721) Mr. Rawat came to the front desk and stated that when he booked the
reservation, central reservation told them there would be fridge and microwave in the room. I
apologized and told them we don't have fridge and microwave in our rooms, but we
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Innkeepers: Breaking The Barriers
Innkeepers are a major types of bailment commercial proprietors. Moreover, Innkeepers are the
proprietors of establishments that provide lodging and sometimes other services such as food and/or
entertainment to the public. More commonly referred to as hotels, motels, and inns the distinction
between the three is determined by the kind of facilities available and the services offered.
Importantly, regardless to the designation, all Innkeepers are obligated to ensure service to all
customers without discrimination, unless there is evidence that they pose a safety risk to other
guests. Furthermore, the Innkeepers are responsible for the safety of their patrons and are liable for
loss or damage of their personal property, with the exception
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Daugavian Hotel Development
Introduction 3 1. First Inns, Pubs and Taverns in Riga and Latvia 4 2. Hotel Development in 18th–
19th century 6 2.1.Common characteristics 6 2.2. Hotel St. Petersburg 7 2.3. Hotel "Stadt London" 8
2.4. Hotel "de Rome" 11 3. Hotel Industry during period of First Independence 13 4. Hotel Industry
during the Soviet Union 15 4.1. Common characteristics 15 4.2. Hotel "Daugava" 16 4.3. Hotel
"Ridzene" 17 5. Hotel Development in period of transition, and, after joining EU 19
Conclusions 23
Bibliography 25
Introduction
The theme of this Study Paper is „History of Hotel Sector Development in Riga" .
The aim of this Study paper is „ Characteristics and analysis of Hotel Development in Riga in ...
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Travellers could stay at Wayside Inn up to eight days, exceptions were seasonal workers, who stayed
for a longer time.
Prominent guests, who arrived in the city , mainly stayed at well–known Riga's houseowners.
Since 1642 Russian trademen had their own „Moscow House", a year later 'Jewish House"was built.
In the beginning of 17th century, Town Council established hotel, but soon it was liquidated as
expenses were greater than incomes. [ 6, pgs.116–117]
In 17th century,at so–called Swedish Time, Latvian Inns, for the first time, were obeyed to some
kind of established procedure,that happened, when King of Sweden ordered to arrange post stations
at wayside inns which were located near by major roads.
Post station task was to provide the state couriers with horses and to make sure they are fed and
rested.At the same time these wayside inns served other travellers. During „Swedish Time" inns in
Riga developed quite widely. [ 7, pg.30]
There is lack of further information in regard to Initial form and performance of the first Inns, Pubs
and Taverns.
2. Hotel Development in 18th–19th century
2.1.Common characteristics
In 18th century, when german privileges were increasing, farmers slowly were losing not only inn–
keepers rights , but also the right to brew the beer and distil spirits for their own need. In 1753, The
Great Guild again tried to detract latvians with the rights in regard to inn–keeping, so soon inn–
keeping was announced to
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Public Bills And The House Of Commons
Arguably, the scrutiny of Public Bills has depended more on the House of Lords than it has on the
House of Commons in recent years. The term "scrutiny" means the critical observation or
examination regarding the Public Bills. The "effectiveness" of the scrutiny could be measured in a
variety of ways, such as the period of time the bill stays in parliament for, and whether parliament
can take on board evidence from committees and implement the bills into legislation. In order to
determine if the House of Lords has been more effective than the House of Commons in scrutinising
public bills, it is crucial to compare and contrast the effectiveness of the procedures used in both
houses.
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In the Lords, the Labour peers' opposition backed an amendment, meaning the voter turn out
threshold of 40 per cent for the referendum result on alternative vote was to be binding. Although
this amendment was overturned in the House of Commons, another amendment regarding
constituency boundaries was cross –party supported and authorised by government. This
amendment was that the Isle of Wight should remain as one constituency, instead of being separated
into two. This bill took 17 days to go through the Lords which included one twenty hour overnight
sitting, showing how greatly debated the bill was. A more recent example of the Lords effectively
scrutinising public bills was related to the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013, where the Lords
raised concern about two parts of this bill: local planning and employment rights. The Lords made
an amendment to the bill, allowing councils to opt out of the planning scheme, which was
overturned by the Commons. The Lords challenged the Commons, and so the government decided
that home –owners wishing to build extensions would have to notify the council of their plans, who
would then inform their neighbours. Only if their neighbours raised an objection would the council
have to intervene. This highlights how the House of Lords are arguably more effective in
scrutinizing public bills, as this amendment,
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Farrington's Character Analysis from Joyce's Counterparts
Farrington's character:–
Farrington, in The Counterparts, is unquestionably one of the most maligned characters who inhabit
the short stories that comprise Joyce's Dubliners. The infamous conclusion of Counterparts in which
Farrington viciously beats his helpless son with a walking stick after returning from a frustrating day
at work and the pubs seem for some to be more than adequate reasoning for his condemnation. If
not, the description of his son begging him to stop and offering to say a "Hail Mary" for his sinful
father, seems to clinch the response. However, it is extremely important to remember that Farrington
is sinned against as well as sinning: that he is a product as well as a perpetrator of the paralysis of
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His anger mounts throughout the story. His pawning of his watch may symbolically release him
from the shackles of schedules and time demands, but the frustrations of work only take on new and
more extreme forms at the pub and at home. For Farrington, life repeats itself: work is like the pub
is like home. Thus the root of Farrington's problem is his inability to realize the maddening
circularity that defines his days. He consistently makes life worse for himself, not better. He slips
away from work as he pleases, insults his boss, and matter–of–factly pawns his watch to buy
alcohol. Though each small rebellion makes him momentarily happy, the displaced rage simply
reappears someplace else, usually exacerbated by his actions.
Farrington shows what can happen when a life consists primarily of mindless repetition: sooner or
later violence will surface, and those who witness or are subject to the violence may themselves act
violently in the future. Farrington's explosive violence sets him apart from some of the other
characters in Dubliners, who often accept routine and boredom as facts of life and do little to upset
the balance of familiarity and calm they've established.
Joyce remarked in a letter to Stanislaus, "I am no friend of tyranny, as you know, but if many
husbands are brutal the atmosphere in which they live is brutal." It is clear that religion and
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Opening a Nightclub for the Over 21 Crowd
Introduction The purpose of this project was to determine the feasibility of opening up a nightclub
that caters to people over 21 years old. This nightclub is of interest to the author because she is very
passionate about it and this type of business had always been the author's dream. This chapter will
discuss the relevant literature related to a) Customer service, b) License for restaurants and bars, and
c) Types of entertainment.
Review of Literature
Customer service The author knows that a business will not succeed if the employees do not give the
customers a quality customer service. Customers are most likely to come back to a place where they
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License for restaurants and bars The author plans on opening up a nightclub, there are many
different types of licenses that the author needs to get in order to open the nightclub. Since it is a
nightclub the author will need a liquor license, entertainment license, dance license, extended–hours
license and many others. The author wants to sell alcohol, to have live concerts, to let people dance,
to stay opened after 2 a.m. and other things. According to Jamie Zawinski, there are permits for
almost everything the author wants to have in her business.
Types of entertainment
Nightclubs
1920's According to Stuart Moss (2010), the first nightclubs started in the 1920's. 1920's was the
time post World War I, "the nation was strong and business was booming." (Nightlife) During that
time selling alcohol was illegal and people were not accepting that new rule, therefore the name
'speakeasies' was invented. Speakeasies is the name for places that used to sell illegal alcoholic
beverages and some speakeasies were like clubs now a day, where people drink and dance. (Jen and
Ceyana, 2010)
1970's
During the 1970's, there were more types of entertainment than the 1920's. There were bars, key
holder clubs, lounges and ballrooms, rock clubs, and disco. Bars were a place where single people
would go to find a partner; therefore the bar would be called "the singles bar". Key
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Eureka Springs : County Seats Of Historic Places
Welcome to Eureka Springs, AR – Your Extraordinary Escape
Carroll County, Arkansas has two county seats, one of which is Eureka Springs. The city has a
population of just over 2,000 people, making it a small but dynamic town. One of the most
interesting things about Eureka Springs is that the entire town is part of the National Register of
Historic Places. On top of this, it's been voted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one
of America's Distinctive Destinations. Some of the nicknames given to Eureka Springs include The
Stairstep Town and The Little Switzerland of America.
When you walk through Eureka Springs, you'll see beautiful winding streets, Victorian–style
cottages, and even a variety of manors. Buildings ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Motel 6 Eureka Springs is close to Historic Downtown, Turpentine Creek, and Onyx Caves. When
you stay here, you'll get complimentary internet access and use of the outdoor swimming pool and
Jacuzzi. Rooms feature a microwave and refrigerator, ironing facilities, and televisions with
premium programming. Pets are welcome here for an additional $10 fee.
At Howard Johnson Express Inn, you're right next to The Great Passion Play and not far from the
Ozark Mountain Hoe–Down. You're also close to Historic Downtown, which offers dining and
shopping options. The hotel offers a complimentary breakfast to help you start your day. Check out
the outdoor swimming pool in the warmer months, or relax in your room with a comfortable bed,
television with premium programming, and in–room refrigerator. Pets are welcome here, so bring
along your furry friend.
Swiss Holiday Resort is close to everything, including Historic Downtown, Onyx Caves, and Ozark
Mountain Hoe–Down. Your comfortable room features a television with free cable and HBO,
complimentary wireless internet access, and comfortable bedding. Check out the outdoor pool, the
wedding chapel, or the business center in your downtime. Start your day with a complimentary
breakfast offered to all guests.
Luxury Hotel Options in Eureka Springs, AR
If you want more than just the basics, make sure to check out the luxury hotel options in Eureka
Springs. These hotels offer the best services, amenities, and rooms. No matter what you're in
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Dubliners Research Paper
Dubliners by James Joyce is a collection of stories centered around Joyce's intentions to write the
moral history of Dublin's paralysis. Although paralysis seems to be the main theme in Dubliners,
another motif comes across in the pages of the stories. As if all of the mental, physical, and
emotional problems weren't enough, many of the characters in Dubliners are alcoholics. Joyce
utilizes the character of the drunk in many of the stories in Dubliners; hardly a story skips a mention
of a drink. The negative effects of alcohol occur again and again through the collection of stories.
For the most part, men are brought down by their addiction to alcohol and their inability to control
themselves when they are drunk. In Dubliners, the characters seek their own desires, face obstacles
that frustrate them, and ultimately give in to their need to consume alcohol. With Dubliners, James
Joyce brings attention to the different issues that consuming alcohol caused in early 20th century
Ireland using three particular stories; "Counterparts", "Grace" and "Ivy Day in the Committee
Room". James Joyce was born in the late 1800s in Dublin, Ireland. Joyce came from a big family; he
was the eldest of ten children. It is known that Joyce was not raised in a stable household. His father,
John, was a known alcoholic and his family did not have much money due to his father's constant
spending. Despite the family 's continuous financial instability, however, Joyce 's father was aware
of his son
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Copthorne Hotel – Department Analysis Essay
Copthorne Hotel – Department Analysis
Finance
The finance department at the Copthorne Hotel is extremely important to the running of the hotel.
Some of the finance operations are carried out within the hotel and some are centrally carried out.
For example: Overall accounts, balance sheets for the whole company,
Annual reports and break even analysis area all carried out centrally.
These are all done centrally to reduce the amount of pressure on the individual hotels and to make
sure that they have al the information sorted instead of waiting or the individual hotels to send all of
the information to the central office. Here are a few more jobs that are carried out centrally.
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The finance department would need to work out a break–even analysis to make sure they are
charging the right amount of money for a room. They would need to do this so they do not lose
money.
A way of doing this is to complete a survey of all the other hotels in the country. They could see
how much money the other hotels are charging for a room and if they are making enough profit.
This way they could work out the right price for their rooms.
The finance department would also have to work out a way to make some money to pay back some
interest on their borrowed money. They would have to create a Business Plan outlining how the
borrowed money will make a profit for the hotel.
They would also have to work out a fail–safe way to pay the employee's wages. If their wages are
paid on time then the employees will hopefully stay happy and make sure they keep the up the good
customer service. Also, if the finance department pay all of the invoices on time, it will keep the
suppliers happy which in turn will help the departments receive their resources. This will then allow
the staff to maintain the high service expected.
Links with other departments
Finance – Human Resources
–I f the finance department pay the wages on time with the correct deductions into the staff's bank
accounts it will leave them happy and motivated. – If the HR accountant discusses the HR manager
about training to see if it can be done cost
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Road Trip Narrative Essay
When i was in 6th grade my family and I lived in Gainesville, Missouri and my grandparents wanted
to take us on a road trip, so I had to save up two hundred dollars because me and my sisters were
going on a road trip to Monroe, Louisiana with our grandparents. I remember my grandparents
giving my sisters and I a piggy bank that counts our money so everytime we would but money in it
would tell us our balance. I can remember how excited we were about them we would just take our
money out and reset the piggy bank and put all of our money in them and watch the numbers go up.
When the trip was a couple months away my grandparents got scammed and the scammers took
2,000 dollars it was devastating because we had to wait to go on the trip so they could get more
money. When there was 2 days till we left we all was very excited and all were packing up our
clothes into bags and suit cases. We packed our snakes and charged up our tablets so we would be
ready. I can remember how hard it was to fall asleep that night, it was like I drinked 10 cups of
coffee because how excited we were. The morning had finally came we all woke up very early sowe
would have everything ready to pack into the car and not leave anything behind. We were all waiting
for my grandparents to show up and pick us up so the road trip could begin. When they finally
arrived we all helped loading the car and off we were. The road trip was very excited we saw things
that we haven't seen before, in fact it was the
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Personal Narrative: My Declaration Of War
It was the winter of 834 A.D. It was colder than usual that day. It was also the day that would
forever alter my life. As I was walking into the King's Throll, I saw my friend Sven. Sven was a
average lad, but at times I thought he was a little mentally disadvantaged. As Sven and I were
walking up the long and windy stairs to the King's Throll, I noticed a large snowman that four little
children were working on. I opened the large doors and walked into the corridor and we came upon
the King's Throne. We bowed down upon him. To the side of us was a courier, he gave the king a
letter. It was a declaration of war. I was astonished as to what I was seeing, just as we were going to
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Out of the corner of my eye, I saw the courier sneak up behind him, a knife in his dirty hands.
Before I could warn the King, the courier slammed the knife in his back, chuckling darkly. The King
let out a low moan and crumpled to the ground. Sven let out a yell and charged at the betrayer,
slamming him to the hard, cold ground of the castle. Numbly, I looked at the staff dumbfounded. I
turned the smooth object around in my hands, inscribed into the staff was "TAKE THIS STAFF TO
THE KEEPER OF DREAMS". Sven said that he thought that the keeper of dreams was a legend, I
thought the same also I told him that" I thought as if there was only one way to find out,so we
ventured out into the bowl's of Stravonia. We came upon a dark village and Sven and I walked into a
tavern. I walked up to the counter and ordered a glass of mead. I asked if they had heard anything
about the keeper of dreams, and they said that he has a castle up on top of a mountain I was feeling a
little iffy from the mead so I asked the innkeeper if he could put me and Sven up for the night, she
said sure it will be 20 gold coins. I payed her that and off me and Sven went. I quickly drifted into a
deep sleep and woke up to complete darkness, I thought I possibly could have went blind so I started
shouting for Sven and then, a short man with a long beard, and elf shoes, said what's wrong? You
have a warm bed, a roof over your head, and a
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The Death Of A Mint Oil
The queue grew thinner until Morgana reached the counter and purchased her mint oil. Although she
could feel the familiar warmth of magic reviving itself in her body, and had been able to re–light
candles in her room last night by concentrating on them, her powers were nowhere near their peak.
Again: was it simply due to the injuries sustained in King Lothar's tomb? This sabbatical couldn't
stretch on forever. Still, she had to admit that over the last three weeks, Lydil had grown on her.
Despite the injuries, clean air, a proper bed and wholesome food had begun their good work, if ever
so slowly. Remembering to keep her head down, she passed both merchants, wondering how they
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She had often seen Princess Mithian, completely immersed in her own world, knowing that
manipulating her would be child's play. Out of all the plans she had hatched in order to secure
Camelot's Throne, this should have ranked as the most successful. Odin needed no persuasion to
invade Nemeth, particularly when she advised him of the gold, silver, jewellery and fine cloth to be
found in abundance–– indeed, he had almost wept for joy! Out of all Odin's failings, she preferred
his greed to his cowardice. Who had melded him into this trembling specimen of subservience?
Another one of Arthur 's misty–eyed speeches on peace, unity and working together for the common
good? Well, men had been bought for far less. Rare fine wines, judging from the conversation she
had just heard. Still... as much as she might scoff at Odin, Camelot gained much from it. Other
kingdoms still disputing land and titles with Camelot would be encouraged by it and possibly reach
further agreements. After all, Nemeth had still abided by the terms Arthur set forward, even after he
rejected Mithian 's hand in marriage. Without money or access to an army, what chance would there
be in future to attack? No use fretting about the future when trying to recover right now. One step at
a time. Remaining in Lydil had been an excellent idea and once her magic returned... Yes;
everything would turn in her favour. In this
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Boulder Creek
CASE– 25 BOULDER CREEK
Presented by: Anvita Biswal 13202194 HTM (A)
INTRODUCTION
 Burt
and Andrea purchased Econo Lodge in 1999 in a non highway location in Boulder, Colorado. 
Located in a student residential area, Econo Lodge did not lend itself to drive–by stopovers because
of its lack of landscaping, physical amenities etc.  Employee quality and their attitudes were low.
 Maintenance and housekeeping were not prepared to provide anything more than a barely
acceptable level of guest satisfaction.  The staff they inherited constantly attracted low–life guests.
 Which is why the front office was protected by bulletproof glasses.
TURNAROUND
 Winner
AND FLAG CHANGE
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 But after the hotel was remodelled and repositioned, it attracted guests from universities and other
business corporations and travel writers were invited which resulted in many articles written in
newspapers and magazines.
Q2. How did they change the marketing mix to fit their new target market?
 They
targeted those people who would recognize and appreciate quality lodging and not those who were
seeking "cheap sleep".  Inviting potential guests or individuals who might influence visitor hotel
selection to launch parties, swim parties, cocktail parties and other planned events.  Targeting
supportive hospitality businesses.  Packages that supported local businesses were developed.
Q3. Would you retain the Quality Inn flag? Explain your decision.
 Yes,
they should retain the Quality Inn flag as they have worked hard to remodel and reposition a
declining hotel and earned appreciation from the townspeople and also it helped the town and the
neighbourhood.  Also the hotel was a huge success. The planning and work of Andrea and Burt
had paid off.  There is a value in the flag and if they don't retain the flag then anyone else would
acquire the brand and benefit from their hard work.
THANK
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Analysis Of Sharon Vs. Salinger 's ' The, Taverns And...
Sharon V. Salinger, Taverns and Drinking in Early America (Maryland: Johns Hopkins University
Press, 2002)
Most aspects of colonial life in early America are well talked about: housing, food, daily routine,
religion, etc. One of the more glossed over, yet interesting topics, is that of colonial drinking and the
taverns in which it takes place. Why did colonial Americans enjoy drinking so much? In Sharon V.
Salinger's, Taverns and Drinking in Early America, she outlines how drinking traditions started and
how it affected daily life and the impact it had on the people of early America. Salinger's overview
of the origins and developed habits of drinking in early America provides insight to the different
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The overview of taverns and drinking and their great impact on daily life is obvious in the evidence
and narration Salinger provides. She uses a journal written by Thomas Jefferson to explain how
deeply entrenched in their daily lives taverns and drinking were: "Thomas Jefferson noted with
alarm that cheap distilled spirits were "spreading through the mass of our citizens," yet he is credited
with inventing the presidential cocktail party"(3). Despite any negativity surrounding drinking, its
growth in popularity was unstoppable. She also adds the fact that 'water was considered an unsafe
beverage', which partially explains the reason for alcohol's rise to popularity and appearance in the
daily lives of early Americans. This increase in drinking also lead to the tavern culture and the need
to regulate it, which brings in the lawmaking side.
The thesis of Salinger's book and research states, "Colonial taverns and hotels that developed from
elite taverns manifested an American society that maintained segregation in public by race, gender,
and class"(245). Essentially, over the course of the eighteenth century colonial taverns grew
exclusionary, in time serving certain sections of society rather than the whole community. She writes
even at the very beginning of the text of the separation: "In the urban taverns that served a middle
class and elite clientele, men gathered on a regular basis to transact business, argue over issues of
local politics, or share a convivial
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Public Policy Issues: Case of Keystone and House Bill 1540
Background As governments evolved and adapted from the ancient city states it became necessary
to implement projects that were designed to improve the structure and function of the government.
Public policy is a guide for the administrative function of the state to implement laws, regulatory
measures and funding priorities that will benefit the citizenry. Generally, it is embodied within
macro constitutional or legislative documents and acts, and/or judicial decisions (Schuster, 2009). In
our original scenarios, we are dealing with the Keystone Pipeline and House Bill 1540 as related to
public policy. Because one of the basic principles of public policy is to use government action to
help coalesce numerous individuals and interest groups into a more collaborative organization, a
number of tactics and tools are often present within stakeholders to educate, influence, and mobilize
upon particular issues (Kilpatrick, 2004).
Analysis – In the case of Keystone and HR 1540, both issues involve large amounts of money. For
this reason, there are a number of competing interests that form a network surrounding the issues: 1)
Government, 2) Private
Enterprise, 3) Lobby Groups, 4) Public Protection Groups, 5) Special Interest Groups, etc. We can
visualize this as a web in which there are a number of stakeholders with particular views who
interact not just into the center of the web, but to all points in between as a maze at times making
allies with one group, at other times opposing
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CASE STUDY The Fork And Dagger Pub Essay examples
Founded in Straun, Ontario by Richard Lynch, the Fork and Dagger Pub was a growing business and
showed much success after opening in 1993. By using word of mouth advertising with the high
traffic taken in from playing the Norway Olympics in the pub, the Fork and Dagger Pub found itself
with a lot of sports enthusiasts as regular customers as well as students from local schools. But since
2008, the Fork and Dagger Pub has declined in revenue and local patrons have seemed to vanish.
With new competitors in the area, and net income decreasing over $100,000 in four years– Richard
has decided to let his two sons, Jason & Bradley, both working at the establishment for over 10
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Only business essential expenses were kept the same. So it would appear that external factors are to
blame for the Pub's revenue decline, for the only internal factor to compromise the pub's business is
the lack of change and innovation to the bar atmosphere and scenic value. Overall the Fork and
Dagger Pub has been identified as unfocused market strategy, and in need of a desperate change, for
it cannot keep up with new and growing businesses in the local area.
The Fork and Dagger Pub has currently two business proposals to help improve and regain revenue
for the establishment. Richard's two sons, Jason & Bradley, both has prepared general ideas of
where they can take the business's target market. Jason's business proposal involves changing the
restaurant's old and outdated décor and working on promoting the business to compete with others
bars. His plan outlines purchasing pool tables ($5000 each), karaoke machine ($1500), DJ nights
($75 – $125 an hour), as well as overall renovating the interior (base at $6000) and changing for
new tables and chairs at $2000 a piece. He also hasn't really focused on the promotion side, but has
ideas for Ladies Night, Happy Hour as well as utilizing social media campaigns to give out coupons
for drinks or food. Bradley's business proposal requires rather a change of target market. Bradley
and his partner are apart of the LGBT community, (Lesbian, Gay, Bi–sexual & Transsexual) and
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Was The Breach Of Contract?
The purpose of this discussion essay is to prove that there was a breach of contract, that there was
tort liability involved, that there was a guest innkeeper relationship, a possible landlord tenant
relationship and bailment involved. To begin with, Sarah Leah was offered a new job with a
magazine company in Ottawa and had to start the next weekend. She packed up all her belongings
and headed to Ottawa where she entered into an oral contract with the Holiday Inn Suites Hotel.
Under this contract, the plaintiff would receive accommodation from the hotel and in return, she
would pay for the accommodation. The hotel breached their contract when there was a fire in the
hotel that resulted in Sarah's property being destroyed as well as, the room which she entered into a
contract under. To remedy the situation, Sarah could sue for punitive damages, actual damages and
general damages. Under punitive damages, Sarah could sue for the hotels reckless actions/conduct.
The hotel could have easily avoided this fire had they taken the necessary steps to prevent it such as;
having signs that said "smoking is prohibited in the hotel lobby" or even telling people that enter the
hotel that there are designated smoking areas around the hotel premise if they wish to smoke. Sarah
could also sue for actual damages, such as, possible lost income from work (while she finds another
place to live) and her property that was destroyed in the fire. Finally, she could also sue for general
damages,
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Strategy of Jd Wetherspoon
REPORT ON STRATEGY AND CULTURE IN J D WETHERSPOON BY ELNARA
MACDONALD
Contents Page No I Introduction 3 II Part I – PETL 3–4 III Part II – SWOT 5–6 IV Part III –
Guidelines 6
Bibliography
INTRODUCTION
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5. POLITICAL FACTOR
Environmental: At least a quarter of the space in each establishment is non–smoking to protect
customers' health.
Technological: Each has a ventilation system (costing more than £100,000) which aims to ensure
that customers do not leave smelling of smoke. J D Wetherspoon also have plasma screens and can
show TV programmes
In 2009 J D Wetherspoon receive an 'Environmental Hero' award from renowned environmental
guru David Bellamy OBE. The company strive to minimise any emissions or effluents which may
cause environmental damage, ensuring that we conserve energy, through minimising consumption
and maximising efficiency. J D Wetherspoon also promote efficient purchasing which will both
minimise waste and allow materials to be recycled, where appropriate.
Conserving resources
"We also ensure, when we develop new pubs or upgrade current ones, that equipment and processes
are introduced to minimise energy consumption"
Our environmental policy already commits us to working with our suppliers, contractors and
partners to minimise our environmental impact and to encourage ecologically sustainable and,
where possible, local sourcing of products and services
PART – II SWOT
Strengths * $best customer experience * strong management team * well–trained staff * variety
choice available in menu * strong community * friendly
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Premier Inn Essay
1.1Background information
Premier Inn is the one of the UK's hotel brands.(Whitbread, 2014) As indicated on the Whitbread
website Premier inn has been consistently rated the UK's best value hotel chain by Yougov with over
670 hotels and more than 55000 rooms across the UK and Ireland. It is one of the most
recommended budget hotels in the UK offering quality comfortable rooms and friendly service to
customers. Premier inn caters to everyone so whether you are staying for business or leisure you
will always be welcome. Premier inn has expanded to countries like India and Dubai.
1.2 Factors that affect the operation
Although premier inn is the leader in the UK hotel market it faces competition from other budget
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The success of any business is a result of the interaction between the two major factors. The ability
to use its internal resources which are the inputs. In terms of Premier Inn; the hotel rooms have to be
clean and in ready for the guest to check in to them. The team members have to friendly and
welcoming to the guests and making sure they are well looked after.
2.2 The 4 V's volume, variety, variation, and visibility
Although operations processes are very similar in the way they transform inputs, they differ in four
ways which are the four V's. Volume is the number of products offered. The hotels are made from
accurate volumetric prefabrications. The rooms are designed for single occupancy as well as
families. There is a medium to high repetition of tasks which allows for specialisation in hospitality.
Everything has to be done systematically for example in terms of the check in process or cleaning of
rooms.
Variety are the different range services offered. Premier Inn offers a variety of rooms. The rooms are
arranged in various configurations to suit the needs of a particular site. The rooms are designed to be
attractive, functional and comfortable. They are designed in such a way that they are easy to get
around for maintenance purposes and to make easy for the guest. All of the rooms are have the same
furnishings this includes a double bed, a sofa which can be transformed into a sofa bed if need be, a
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Essay On Chief's Magic
Meta: Representing a brand new series and a brand new venture for Microgaming, the developer is
showcasing Native American spirit in new game Chief's Magic!
Chief's Magic Review
Chief's Magic takes you back in time where the classic 3–reel slot machine ran wild, and uses
Native American visuals to stand out from other similar titles in the genere. With a single payline
being featured, along with three pre–defined paytables, Chief's Magic is a very simple slot game
experience without the usual wild icons and scatter symbols in the mix. With the availability of
playing between 0.25 and 15 coins, this game has a top prize award that is 200x your wager for the
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A wild symbol is not featured in this game, as it has only the payout feature that is reserved for the
BAR logos, which can be assembled together to make a winning payline.
With three single BAR logos you get a payout of 3x your wager, but three double BAR logos give
you a payout of 5x your wager, and three triple BAR logos give a payout of 10x your wager, while
mixing and matching combinations of the three can double your starting wager. For instance, two
single BARs with a double BAR following is still a winning spin in Chief's Magic, though you
would get the minimum winning payout.
Nothing but a Dud
Besides what has been highlighted before, there is not much to the game and we are stuck
wondering why the icon with the game's highest value, the titular chief, is not featured as a
substitute wild icon. Having only one payline, this won't have a massive effect to make it a must
play for any players interested, but at the very least it would add some type of action and
excitement. Putting it simply, Chief's Magic is a dud when it comes to bonus features.
Looking for Brighter Fortunes
This is probably not the best of Microgaming's releases, as it appears to not have power where it is
most needed. There are greater games from Microgaming out there, with a few actually being a bit
adventurous with their creativeness and themes. Chief Fortune, which is the sequel to Chief's Magic,
is one of the most memorable Internet
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Alexandria Nightlife
Top Rated Alexandria, VA Nightlife: Best Restaurants and Bars
Meta Description: Alexandria, Virginia has some of the best bars and restaurant scene with some of
anywhere in the country.
Meta Keywords: Alexandria restaurants, Dining in Alexandria, Alexandria bars, Nightlife in
Alexandria
Alexandria's Top Restaurants and Bars
The City of Alexandria, Virginia is, for all intents and purposes, a relatively affluent suburb of
Washington D.C. It is also home to a great many businesses that work directly for or with the
Federal Government. Because of this, Alexandria has a very well developed nightlife scene
including some of the regions absolute best restaurants and bars.
Restaurants
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Murphy's Grand Irish Pub offers a full menu of Irish favorites and other pub food, nightly
entertainment, an outdoor patio for enjoying summer weather, multiple screens to catch the big
game on, and special events like bar trivia nights.
Hard Times Cafe
Another old town favorite, Hard Times Cafe has since become a regional chain, but this is the one
that started them all. Founded in 1980, the original Hard Times still serves the original owner's
award–winning chili, alongside a host of other pub favorites. They have a full bar, a modicum of
wine, and several taps' worth of beer.
Vermillion
The restaurant itself is quite good, but the bar at Vermillion is worth a visit in its own right.
Featuring one of the area's best liquor walls to go along with one of the area's best cocktail
programs, alongside one of the area's best wine lists and enough beers to keep any beer lover quite
happy, this bar is one of Alexandria's best.
A Short List of Some Great
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disintegration of yer maw
Executive Summary
BrewDog is a company that has gone from strength to strength in its short time since establishment.
The company has been experiencing rapid growth over the past several years. Through extracting
the relevant information from a SWOT analysis on the company, I will look at BrewDog's strengths
and opportunities, leading to analysis of competition, barriers to entry and the threat of substitutes in
proposed future markets. Through this I will show what growth methods are not suitable for the
company, and conclude with my recommendation that simultaneous expansion of the UK and
foreign markets are the most viable growth prospects for the company. I will provide analysis and
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1.2 Opportunities
The opportunities for BrewDog are vast and include continuing to expand on its recent trend of
opening BrewDog pubs and bars across the UK, and taking the business global on a larger scale than
it currently is. The company already exports to over 30 countries worldwide (McCulloch, 2013) and
although this is of course proving profitable, the intentions of BrewDog in terms of expansion are
focussed mainly on opening new establishments. The company currently has eleven open bars in
Scotland and England, with a flag ship store in Shoreditch, London. Eleven bars is not a massive
amount, particularly looking at the success of the ones they currently have. Although expansion
abroad is no doubt a high priority, it cannot be ignored that BrewDog bars are not present in
Northern Ireland, although the beers are available there for purchase in other establishments and
stores. This is an opportunity for expansion.
The matter of global expansion of the pubs is one that BrewDog seem very interested in, and
understandably so. As mentioned, BrewDog already exports to around 30 different markets, and as
such has a customer base around the world already. An opportunity for growth is to enter the
German market, where the craft beer market is large,
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Case Study of J D Wetherspoon Plc
Case study of J D Wetherspoon plc
Contents
I. Introduction 2
II. Discussions 2 1. Section 1: External environment 2 1.1 SPELT analysis 2 1.2 SWOT analysis 5
1.3 How to conduct a SWOT analysis used by J D Wetherspoon plc 7 2. Section 2: Organisational
culture 8 2.1 Organsation culture "taken for granted assumptions" and "shared values" 8 2.2 J D
Wetherspoon's type of culture 9 2.3 Relationship between organisational culture and organisational 9
2.4 Management approach in J D Wetherspoon 10 3. Section 3: Business strategy 10 3.1 Strategies
adopted by organisation 10 3.2 Benefits J D Wetherspoon gained from strategy 11 3.3 Different
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So it could affect this industry.
ii. Inflation
Inflation. After the inflation, the currency will devaluation. So that some lower income residents of
the declining standard of living and the majority of difficult to raise the standard of living. It made
people enjoy the pub industry's service impossible.
d) Political factor
When it comes to political factors, the government stability, taxation policy, social welfare policies
and trae regulations shoule be considered. i. Taxation policy Taxation policy.For example, because
of taxation policy since last year's Industry Report the full rate of duty has risen by 17.8%. Marginal
benefits from the reduction to 15% have less than a year to run, when the possible return to 17.5%
will leave the industry with the permanent "bonus" of the 8% duty hike imposed in November 2008.
ii. Government stability Government stability. Government stability helps residents raise the
standard of living and stability of personal life. So it increased the need of pub industry to meet their
personal satisfaction.
e) Legal factor
Legal factor involved employment law, healthy and safety, company law and consumer proection.
i. Legislation
Legislation. For instance, The closures in rural areas are in huge part because of drink driving
legislation. In town centres, anti smoking, drink driving for commuters who
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Hero Blade Research Paper
Blade Slots
Remember our hero Blade? The vampire who could walk in the sunlight? Blade who stripped the
villains of their power over us? Well Blade is back and he i s here to stay, software gurus,
Cryptologic has mad e sure of that. This incredible slot is based not on the Blade movies but rather
on the original Marvel
Comic. The reels are set against the eerie city at dusk where the modern vampires weave through the
underground. This progressive slot machine has four jackpots, 5 reels and 9 paylines.
Playing the game, defeat the bad guys and win the l oot The point of this game is not the brilliant
graphic s and the perfectly integrated theme. The real poin t is the huge jackpots that keep on paying
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One coin will do it and th ere are only 9 so missing a jackpot is going to be a lot tougher than you
think. No matter your balance it i s always smart to play a cautious game at the start
,
get a feel for the game and for the payouts. You ca n spin on all paylines for as little as 45c and as
much as $45, so the bets are small but the wins are big.
The three progressive jackpots are shared with the other Marvel Comics games. They are paid out
randomly across the Marvel games. They pay out ever y couple of hours so keep your bank roll
going for as long as you can. The longer you stay in the game the better your chances of walking off
with a wad of cash.
Marvel Hero Jackpot, the biggest of the lot is rese t to a very hefty 5000 coins, the Super Hero
Jackpo t with its minimum of 500 coins and the Hero Jackpot, the baby of the bunch still pays out a
random amount of 50 coins at the very least.
Then the fourth jackpot is the fixed maximum payout of 8000 coins. 5 wild symbols will reward you
handsomely. If you have been betting big you get pa id big.
Hunting vampires is a lucrative business
The Blade symbol is the wild, so he completes
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Summary Of George Starrett Mansion Bed And Breakfast
Ann Starrett Mansion Bed and Breakfast
In 1899, George Starrett built a majestic mansion for his love Ann. Many descendants lived in the
mansion too. There have been sightings of the couple as well as the nanny who helped raise the
couple 's son.The figure of a red haired woman has been seen by many guests and staff. She 's often
seen admiring the solar calender built by George for his wife, Ann, which is why many people have
felt that this peaceful spirit is Ann herself. While a male apparition is said to haunt the bed and
breakfast, the most lively spirit is the nanny herself. She 's been known to interact with the guests.
Captain Whidbey Inn
In 2007, the inn celebrated its 100th year. Along with an inn that hasn 't changed much in over 100
years, there are cabins where guests have frequently heard things that can 't be explained. There 's
been the faint sound of girls laughing where there were no little girls. There 's a female apparition
said to be roaming the halls of the inn. One person reported that he saw a friend scratched by a spirit
too.
Carson Hot Springs Resort
Built in 1901 by Isadore St. Martin, the Carson Hot Springs Resort has many ghosts said to be
walking within its walls. Isadore was killed on the grounds in 1910. He was arguing with a man on
the grounds and was accidentally stabbed in the chest. St. Martin 's wife died shortly after him. Her
ghost is the most seen ghost on the grounds. She 's been seen in the lobby as well as the hallways on
the
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Analysis Of Supernatural Hauntings
Synopsis: AFC opens as AMY is seen frantically running from her home, after being scared by what
seems like a supernatural haunting. GREGORY PRICE, his daughter HEATHER, SIMON, OSCAR,
and THOMAS, walk the audience through how they set up her home to seem as though an
apparition has invaded her living space. This all comes as a part of their scam to make people feel
they are being haunted, in order to collect on 'getting rid' of said hauntings. Greg now on stage
giving a seminar, boast to the crown about his efforts to expose the very team he worked with in
these scams. Meanwhile, Heather, who he testified against, angrily looks on form a prison cell,
plotting to get him back for what he did. Upon her release three years later, Heather meets with Sam,
as they ride back to Little Gaston, known worldwide as a tourist attraction for its hauntings – now a
shell of its former self, with no tourists and no haunted paraphernalia. On television, she sees her
father reaping all of the benefits of her misfortunes, and learns that he is coming to town for a
motivational speech at the end of the week. Heather gets the team back together– despite their
reluctance – and together they plot on a plan to get her father back for his wrongs, and bring the
town back to life. At dusk, Heather settles into a once known 'haunted' hotel by MRS. BENCHLEY,
the hotel hostess. Later at Sam's Bazaar, as the team devise their plan Greg walks in on them. He
leaves without altercation, but meets with
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Where The Craic Is Mighty Essay
As I was sitting in my window seat nervous and looking haggard from a bad night's sleep, a warm
welcoming voice came over the plane's intercom. The first sentence was to inform us we would be
landing soon. The words were in English, but the next voice was foreign but unique in a beautiful
language known as Gaelic. I looked out the window in awe of the picturesque fields of green, the
shimmering blue of the ocean and the pillowing clouds above. It was then that I knew I was no
longer in England or the United States but the emerald isle of Ireland.
After Landing in Dublin I made my way through customs, swooning over the Irish accents all
around me, forcing myself to grab my bags off the carousel before I recorded all of it on my phone. I
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After a drink or two more it became clear he was from Norway, I had butterflies as soon as the word
came out of his mouth. He was from the same country my paternal grandparents had emigrated. Fate
had her tricky way of aligning stars that night. We talked for hours, went through a pack of
cigarettes, entertained a group of drunken dancers and ended the night with a toast to our good
fortune of meeting. The next morning I awoke with the bravery of a lion. I showered and put on my
walking shoes, I was attacking Dublin with a tourist mindset. Walking along St. Stephens green and
Trinity College was like walking through a time warp. Everything was beautiful and clean. The
people ever so friendly, giving directions and taking pictures without fear that they would steal your
camera. I had fallen in love with Dublin in less than a day. After getting lost quite a few times and
returning to my hotel room, I was pleasantly surprised by a note left on my door from Magnus. He
had left his number and invited me to dinner at a local restaurant. I quickly changed and met him
downstairs, I was not going to ruin a chance like this. We had traditional Irish meals like Guinness
stew and bangers and mash. You could feel the meat melting in your mouth, the broth was so thick
and creamy. It was so hearty and delicious and I did not care about calories. To top it off we had
Irish coffees and walked along the river. After walking off dinner we decided to do
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travelodge analysis and pest analysis Essay
Marketing Management A
Resit
Introduction
This report will be providing a detailed analysis of the existing Budget Hotel market, and how to
improve the competiveness of the Travelodge UK, the second largest Budget Hotel chain in the
United Kingdom, Second Premier Inn. This report will contain the following, a profile of the
organisation's current target market, which will include demographic, psychographic, geographic
and behavioural variables. That will then be followed by a well–referenced and well–researched
PEST analysis that will highlight the most important and relevant factors that could have an impact
on the business. Once the pest analysis has been completed, the report will be concluded by
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The number of trips taken by Britons overseas has declined by 12.6 million, from 69.4 million to
56.8 million between 2007 and 2011, according to the research by Travelodge. This means that 5.9
million holidays and trips have come out of the market altogether when the number of domestic
holidays and trips are factored in. This is shy of the government's stated ambition for domestic trips
to replace the number of missing overseas trips, the report says. However, the analysis shows that
'staycation' breaks were up by 5.6% as the recession proved that holidays are an essential rather than
a luxury. UK city breaks account for 23% of domestic tourism but seaside towns are in decline by
5%. Total tourism revenue was up 12.6% to £40 billion between 2007–2011 against the general
economy up 8%. Employment numbers in tourism have bucked the wider trend, thanks to strong
growth in 2011 when 120,000 new jobs were created. The UK's appeal as a tourist destination
endured during the double dip, with overall visitor numbers up by 3.1% to 157.4 million, the report
shows. Staycations form the backbone of the tourism economy, with domestic trips and holidays
increasing by 5.6% to 126.6 million.
Social Factors
Travelodge is seen as a sociably acceptable hotel regarding to trust pilot, although there are many
mixed reviews from that site and other sites such as tripadvisor. The use of social media can help
attract customers
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Should Uk Beer Brewers Be An Integrated Firm?
Before 1989, the UK beer industry was monopolised by beer brewers. Due to the exercising
monopoly power over two stages of production, in 1989, the UK Monopolies and Mergers
Commission published "its lengthy and longawaited report on Beer" (Waterson, 2010) which
recommended measures that eventually led to brewers having to divest themselves of 14,000 public
houses (Slade, 1998). This essay will explore why UK beer brewers preffered being an integrated
firm rather than a specialised firm focusing solely on brewing by investigating transactional costs,
the costs and benefits of integration and the realisation that pub owners faced low fixed costs such
as rent but high variable costs such as alcohol from brewers. It will also analyse the impact that the
divestment had on the beer industry by exploring the consequences and reasons for the MMC
intervention making reference to the creation of 'pubcos'. Taking this into account, this essay will
conclude that
A firm is "a 'black box' operated so as to meet the relevant marginal conditions... thereby
maximising profits" (Jensen and Meckling, 1976). There are many production stages involved in the
production of a good, therefore, different firms choose to either specialise in one area of production
or own different stages of production. These types of firms are known as a specialised firms and
integrated firms respectively. An example of a specialised firm is a brewery that is solely focused on
the brewery stage of production. The UK
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Difference Between Laura And Howie Excursion
First Argumentative Paragraph One important reason that Laura and Howie excursion was a learning
experience that was justifiable by the circumstances they were in is that Laura and Howie needed to
find shelter,"He stared at her stupidly for a minute, and then got on his feet and climbed the lawn to
the house.It was small and empty. A summer cottage.Pg.19" This piece of evidence proves my claim
because it talks about how they needed a place to stay and spend the night their.Some might argue
that Laura and Howie excursion was not a learning experience, that it was immitue because Howie
and Laura needed to find shelter, but instead they broke into a cottage and lying to people about
what they did. Second Argumentative Paragraph Another important reason that Laura and Howie
excursion was a learning experience that was justifiable by the circumstances they were in is that
Laura and Howie needed to get away from the torture at their camp," He didn't understand why they
had taken his clothes and left him alone on the island. Pg.5" This piece of evidence proves my claim
because it talks about how Laura and Howie both neededto do something to get away from
something they didn't like at all.Some might argue that Laura and Howie excursion was not a
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Pg.137" This piece of evidence proves my claim because it talks about how Laura and Howie both
needed to do something to survive because they were hungry and they didn't have that much money
to spend for both of them. Some might argue that Laura and Howie excursion was not a learning
experience, that it was foolish because Laura and Howie both needed to survive, but instead they
cause all this trouble for everyone to find them both and figure out what happened with
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My Experience At The Hotel
These days, there have been a number of hotels in various cities, towns and countries. From when I
was young to now, I have visited many inns since I loved to travel to somewhere. I had any feeling
and impression about hotels where I have been before I became eighteen years old. Hotels were just
hotels that I needed to stay for the night. No more than that I thought. Before I went to Canada to
study English in 2011, my family had a plan to travel somewhere and stay in a hotel for my farewell
in Korea. After we visited many attractions, we were heading to the hotel that we made a
reservation. When I saw the entrance of the hotel, I was surprised at first, and when we went inside
of the hotel, I was surprised again. For two days, I was very impressed and I thought a lot in positive
ways. I always had a desire to visit again and I wanted to get a hotel like that inn. It was the first
time for me to know what I want to become. The trip to the hotel was totally changed my life and
my dream.
When we arrived at the hotel, a man, who looked a staff, did valet parking service for us, and we
moved to the desk to get a card key. We certainly checked in and we followed the guide of one of
the employees. He let my family get in a cart, and he guided us to our room where we reserved
before we came here. While going there, small waterfall and many various flowerpots welcomed us.
I could see that our room was being close to us, which was designed as a modern building. When we
arrived at
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Case Studies Essay
Case Synopsis Mr. Hugh Tudor (55 yrs) is a well–known person in Milville, where he has been
living for 30 years. He is involved in lot of social activities and has a reasonable pension and
savings. He is becoming restless in his retirement and shows interest in investing in The Leeds
Livery, local British pub in Milville, which could provide him with more challenges. While
discussing this matter with his friend, he found out that the pub has great potential to perform well
as it once exceeded the profit percentage of the industry. Mr. Tudor is in the process of exploring
this opportunity but still has several questions rising in his mind. Problem Statement How could Mr.
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Suppliers have less power because there are a lot of suppliers and they all willing to accommodate
and provide discounts for their customers (economies of scale). Threat to new entrants: There is no
barrier to entry in this industry but it might be difficult for newcomers to compete against existing
well establishing companies. Threat of Substitutes: Few substitutes such as bars for hard liquor,
restaurant for food, etc. The threat is low because product sold depends upon customers taste and
preference and there is minimal product differentiation. Competition in the industry: Competitors
include local small pubs/ bars, family restaurants, other food outlets, etc. There is a lot of
competition in this industry from domestic as well as foreign companies. SWOT Analysis of Leeds
Livery Strengths Weakness Location: Since this pub is located close to GO Transit station, which
will make it easier for everyone to commute back and forth. Well known: Since this pub is already
well–known amongst many people in Milville so it might not require huge investment in its
advertising. Good reputation: Leeds Livery has a good reputation in Milville because this pub used
to participate in lot of community activities. This helps in promoting the business and eventually
increasing sales. Reduce community involvement: This
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Tell City Pour Haus: Restaurant Analysis
The Tell City Pour Haus Pub & Eatery is a restaurant located close to the river in Tell City, Ind. and
is filled with several different types of American nourishments. Not only does this restaurant have
food, but they are also an in–house brewing company. As you walk into the Pour Haus, you get a
very rural type of feeling. This building was built in the late 1800s, first being Tell City Foundry and
Machine Works. In 2014, the building was renovated and reopened into a restaurant, Tell City Pour
Haus.
I arrived at this restaurant on around 4:00pm on a Saturday night. I walked into what almost seemed
to be a concert instead of a restaurant. Every weekend the Pour Haus will have live entertainment
whether it is a local band or a band they brought out of town. This was possibly the only thing I did
not like about my experience. While the live entertainment was great, it was almost too much for the
smaller inside area. During the summer they have enough room outside for the live entertainment,
but they could have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
I couldn't help but notice the 38 television screens they had posted around their building. We were
also informed by our waitress that the restaurant has 40+ beers on tap. With it being a Saturday
afternoon, our drinks and food came fairly quickly. This is a great place for you to grab a beer and
watch your favorite sports team. For dinner I ordered a haus favorite, BBQ Pork Nachos. This
contained beer cheese sauce (which is excellent), hickory–smoked BBQ pork, cheddar jack cheese,
lettuce, tomato, sour scream, jalapenos, and salsa on top of tortilla chips. The hickory–smoked BBQ
pork was outstanding. The meat wasn't too dry and it wasn't too moist. The other condiments on top
were well portioned, as well. You can order a half order which serves 1–2 people or full order which
serves 3–4 people. I order the half order and still had plenty to take
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Essay On Family Trip
Have you ever gotten on a family trip and wondered if it could possibly change the way you
perceive life? Well, let me tell you that this exact matter happened to me the last Fourth of July.
When you are in your teenager years a person only thinks of one point and that's you, yourself, and
you again. That's what I had on my mind before going to this marvelous trip, but how I saw my
future before I went, and how I saw it when I came back and were very different. How could a mere
and inoffensive family trip become such an important change in my life?
The twilight of the trip, what a baloney; or so I thought. Everything began on Friday the 1rst of July
in the Miami Bay, All the cruises where standing there; so majestuous and flawless, fearless of the
vast ocean before ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
What I didn't count on was the fact that I was going to be swimming among them in a special pool
on the hotel. This pool has the form of an antique Maya temple, with an extensive toboggan at the
top that passes right through the pool of sharks. That view while passing from inside the toboggan is
one am never going to forget and how could I if this trip was being my first time in so many ways; It
was my first time outside the U.S, also it was my first time on a cruise, and not to mention my first
time swimming with sharks.
The next element that called my attention was something called the White party, it consisted of a
truly big party on the deck of the boat where every single person was supposed to dress in white and
greed the captain and the crew. The next day we went to a private island, regardless to say that it had
also been my first time on a private island, it was a paradise like place. There everyone was doing
fun activities, surfing, snorkeling, and even biking. After spending the day there we went back to the
ship and the next morning we were on the Miami Bay
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My Road Trip
When I was in 6th grade my family and I lived in Gainesville, Missouri and my grandparents
wanted to take us on a road trip, so I had to save up two hundred dollars because me and my sisters
were going on a road trip to Monroe, Louisiana with our grandparents. I remember my grandparents
giving my sisters and I a piggy bank that counts our money so every time we would but the money
in it would tell us our balance. I can remember how excited we were about them, we would just take
our money out and reset the piggy bank and put all of our money in them and watch the numbers go
up. When the trip was a couple months away my grandparents got scammed and the scammers took
2,000 dollars it was devastating because we had to wait to go on the trip so they could get more
money. When there was 2 days till we left, we all was very excited and all were packing up our
clothes into bags and suitcases. We packed our snakes and charged up our tablets so we would be
ready. I can remember how hard it was to fall asleep that night, it was like I drunk 10 cups of coffee
because how excited we were. The morning had finally came we all woke up very early so we
would have everything ready to pack into the car and not leave anything behind. We were all waiting
for my grandparents show up and pick us up so the road trip could begin. When they finally arrived
we all helped load the car and off we were. The road trip was very excited we saw things that we
haven't seen before, in fact, it was the
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Scott Competitive Forces
The success of a business will be determine by the response against the threat that these competitive
forces generates (Hinton 2009). Figure 2 highlighted the main threats and competitive forces for my
chosen company, focused in the two main: Threats of the new entrants and existing competitors.
In reaction and counterattack against the threat of the new entrants, Morton Scott Company has
created a sustainable strategy which is focusing in the protection of the environment with special
attention to their customers and the financial status of the company. This actions has developed a
strong loyalty from the regular office workers customer due to the interest of many of them in the
green policies. These green policies are explained by the bar tenders to the regular customer and the
company became well known as an environmentally friendly. Moreover, the company is focusing on
enhance their customer service. Both strategies could be consider as a kind of barrier against the
new entrants.
In addition, the sustainable information system of the company have been contributing to raise
awareness among its employees of the importance of the protection of the environment. The
company has implemented an internal sustainable programme which is controlled and monitored
periodically to guarantee that every employee understand the purpose of this policy. The policy is
including into the staff handbook and it gives to every employee during the induction programme.
The threat of
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  • 1. The Worlds End is an Adventure Movie Everyone Should See... A movie that everyone should see is The World's End. The World's End is a tale about 5 friends who as young adults tried a pub crawl called the Golden mile. Starting with the first post and ending with The World's End but along the way they encountered some trouble and were not able to finish. 20 years later the "leader" of these boys (Gary King) now an adult with many issues dealing with his past wants to try it all again. He goes to visit all of his friends who are all established in their careers and have a life. Many are reluctant to join but he convinces them by saying that a certain friend who vowed never to do it again is going. While on their 2 try they realize the entire town was taken over by aliens and there seems to be no ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She was with 2 robot twins, hence the name 2 headed dog and Gary saved her from them. By now they all need to escape but keep going to the bars to play it off like they don't know what's going on. After the "The Two Headed Dog" comes "The Mermaid" where the gang meets "the marmalade sandwich" (2 blondes and a redhead) who act as "Sirens" Like from the Odyssey and try to trap the men there. But they fail miserably. Moving along we have the Beehive. This is where everything gets more serious and kind of deep. Little do they know one friend has already been replaced but at the Beehive when they find out a huge fight scene begins with the constant "spawning" of enemies giving it the name, "The Beehive". After that they realize they must escape and can no longer go to bars, except for Gary King because he wants to finish The Golden Mile even if it kills him. Following the Beehive is "The King's Head" where to show that he has not been taken over Gary King slams his head into the wall repeatedly. Gary than ditches the 2 men even after they find the car to finish what he had started and his best friend was not going to let him go. The other friend gets in the car and the movie shows the other 2 being chased as they go to the next bar. While in the next bar "The Hole in the Wall" Nick Frost's character tries to reason with Gary as he gets another ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Decision Hotel For Upcoming Leadership Essay Summary: Leadership is an essential function of management, which helps to maximize efficiency and to achieve organizational goals. Leaders are a major human resource in any organization. Our company has decided to arrange a leadership seminar in Brandon for all department managers to enhance their leadership skills. To give an intellect of direction to achieve organizational goals and keep employees engaged, motivated and productive. However, better leaders develop better employees and two together develop a better product. The main intention of this report is to determine hotel for upcoming leadership event. Main Function of Event: Making travel arrangements ahead of time is the smart move to make sure that the event is memorable and safe for everyone involved. I have preferred 2 hotels (Royal Oak Inn and Suites, Comfort Inn Brandon) on base of budgeting, food and beverage, seminar setup or configuration, ground transportation, location, flexible date for events and consider the size of the group. I categorize this hotel as Upper upscale and upscale. In order to get a clear picture of the hotel arrangements. I used primary and secondary method for research. In primary research I had a conversation with both hotel managers on Skype and through email or fax. Royal Oak Inn categorise in upper scale and Comfort Inn Brandon in the upscale class. For secondary research method, I used hotel business review magazine, newspapers, Monetized, check in with local tourist and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Power Supply System In Hotels Essay 1. All Inclusive This principle applies to the power supply system in hotels, as well as to use additional services, sports equipment, beach umbrellas and sun loungers. Hotels are increasingly offering system "all inclusive", which is in high demand among tourists. To pay the price for a ticket to the hotel "all inclusive", you will get a full diet in all meals. Usually, the hotel provides breakfast, lunch and dinner. In this time interval, each diverter meal is from 2 to 4 hours. That is, you have time to eat at a convenient time for you. Breakfast is served from about 6– 30 and 10–30, lunch – from 13–00 to 15–00, dinner – from 18–30 to 22–30. Undoubtedly, in different hotels time may differ slightly. Meals are usually organized on a "buffet": ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They spill for tourists is included in the tour with "ultra all inclusive". This system is very costly, however, and includes an array of additional services. For example, you can have free access to water parks, saunas and spas on site, and use the Internet, safe and minibar in the rooms. 2. Advantages and disadvantages of the system power supply "all inclusive" Many tourists prefer to eat in the buffet restaurant. There is a huge selection of different dishes: first, second, desserts, appetizers, salads, etc. You can take from each dishes for a small portion, and thus diversify their meal. The disadvantage of this is that the food is almost always repeated, and only occasionally is preparing something original and unusual. Therefore, during prolonged stay in the hotel guests, these dishes just bored, they want to eat something unusual and delicious. It was then that they decided to visit the restaurant. Menu in schools is not as extensive as in the buffet, but they all more than the original workshop and prepared by hand chef. The big advantage of restaurants is also a wide selection of drinks of higher quality than in the main institution, running on the system "all ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. Bleak Home Case Study (901) Mrs. Holt called down after checking in stating the carpet under the AC unit was very wet. Tony apologized and moved guest from 901 to 813. Guest was fine. Josh used the extractor and put a fan in the room so we can sell the room later. (1309) Mr. Dunaway waited about 2 hours to get to his room. There was no other RRRRS available. Guest was upset about it and requested we pay for his cab to Bleak House for the wedding. Aaron apologized for the wait and gave complimentary valet to guest. (721) Mr. Rawat came to the front desk and stated that when he booked the reservation, central reservation told them there would be fridge and microwave in the room. I apologized and told them we don't have fridge and microwave in our rooms, but we ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Innkeepers: Breaking The Barriers Innkeepers are a major types of bailment commercial proprietors. Moreover, Innkeepers are the proprietors of establishments that provide lodging and sometimes other services such as food and/or entertainment to the public. More commonly referred to as hotels, motels, and inns the distinction between the three is determined by the kind of facilities available and the services offered. Importantly, regardless to the designation, all Innkeepers are obligated to ensure service to all customers without discrimination, unless there is evidence that they pose a safety risk to other guests. Furthermore, the Innkeepers are responsible for the safety of their patrons and are liable for loss or damage of their personal property, with the exception ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Daugavian Hotel Development Introduction 3 1. First Inns, Pubs and Taverns in Riga and Latvia 4 2. Hotel Development in 18th– 19th century 6 2.1.Common characteristics 6 2.2. Hotel St. Petersburg 7 2.3. Hotel "Stadt London" 8 2.4. Hotel "de Rome" 11 3. Hotel Industry during period of First Independence 13 4. Hotel Industry during the Soviet Union 15 4.1. Common characteristics 15 4.2. Hotel "Daugava" 16 4.3. Hotel "Ridzene" 17 5. Hotel Development in period of transition, and, after joining EU 19 Conclusions 23 Bibliography 25 Introduction The theme of this Study Paper is „History of Hotel Sector Development in Riga" . The aim of this Study paper is „ Characteristics and analysis of Hotel Development in Riga in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Travellers could stay at Wayside Inn up to eight days, exceptions were seasonal workers, who stayed for a longer time. Prominent guests, who arrived in the city , mainly stayed at well–known Riga's houseowners. Since 1642 Russian trademen had their own „Moscow House", a year later 'Jewish House"was built. In the beginning of 17th century, Town Council established hotel, but soon it was liquidated as expenses were greater than incomes. [ 6, pgs.116–117] In 17th century,at so–called Swedish Time, Latvian Inns, for the first time, were obeyed to some kind of established procedure,that happened, when King of Sweden ordered to arrange post stations at wayside inns which were located near by major roads. Post station task was to provide the state couriers with horses and to make sure they are fed and rested.At the same time these wayside inns served other travellers. During „Swedish Time" inns in Riga developed quite widely. [ 7, pg.30] There is lack of further information in regard to Initial form and performance of the first Inns, Pubs and Taverns. 2. Hotel Development in 18th–19th century 2.1.Common characteristics In 18th century, when german privileges were increasing, farmers slowly were losing not only inn– keepers rights , but also the right to brew the beer and distil spirits for their own need. In 1753, The Great Guild again tried to detract latvians with the rights in regard to inn–keeping, so soon inn– keeping was announced to
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  • 14. Public Bills And The House Of Commons Arguably, the scrutiny of Public Bills has depended more on the House of Lords than it has on the House of Commons in recent years. The term "scrutiny" means the critical observation or examination regarding the Public Bills. The "effectiveness" of the scrutiny could be measured in a variety of ways, such as the period of time the bill stays in parliament for, and whether parliament can take on board evidence from committees and implement the bills into legislation. In order to determine if the House of Lords has been more effective than the House of Commons in scrutinising public bills, it is crucial to compare and contrast the effectiveness of the procedures used in both houses. The function of select committees in the House of Lords ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the Lords, the Labour peers' opposition backed an amendment, meaning the voter turn out threshold of 40 per cent for the referendum result on alternative vote was to be binding. Although this amendment was overturned in the House of Commons, another amendment regarding constituency boundaries was cross –party supported and authorised by government. This amendment was that the Isle of Wight should remain as one constituency, instead of being separated into two. This bill took 17 days to go through the Lords which included one twenty hour overnight sitting, showing how greatly debated the bill was. A more recent example of the Lords effectively scrutinising public bills was related to the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013, where the Lords raised concern about two parts of this bill: local planning and employment rights. The Lords made an amendment to the bill, allowing councils to opt out of the planning scheme, which was overturned by the Commons. The Lords challenged the Commons, and so the government decided that home –owners wishing to build extensions would have to notify the council of their plans, who would then inform their neighbours. Only if their neighbours raised an objection would the council have to intervene. This highlights how the House of Lords are arguably more effective in scrutinizing public bills, as this amendment, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 16. Farrington's Character Analysis from Joyce's Counterparts Farrington's character:– Farrington, in The Counterparts, is unquestionably one of the most maligned characters who inhabit the short stories that comprise Joyce's Dubliners. The infamous conclusion of Counterparts in which Farrington viciously beats his helpless son with a walking stick after returning from a frustrating day at work and the pubs seem for some to be more than adequate reasoning for his condemnation. If not, the description of his son begging him to stop and offering to say a "Hail Mary" for his sinful father, seems to clinch the response. However, it is extremely important to remember that Farrington is sinned against as well as sinning: that he is a product as well as a perpetrator of the paralysis of Dublin. Like ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His anger mounts throughout the story. His pawning of his watch may symbolically release him from the shackles of schedules and time demands, but the frustrations of work only take on new and more extreme forms at the pub and at home. For Farrington, life repeats itself: work is like the pub is like home. Thus the root of Farrington's problem is his inability to realize the maddening circularity that defines his days. He consistently makes life worse for himself, not better. He slips away from work as he pleases, insults his boss, and matter–of–factly pawns his watch to buy alcohol. Though each small rebellion makes him momentarily happy, the displaced rage simply reappears someplace else, usually exacerbated by his actions. Farrington shows what can happen when a life consists primarily of mindless repetition: sooner or later violence will surface, and those who witness or are subject to the violence may themselves act violently in the future. Farrington's explosive violence sets him apart from some of the other characters in Dubliners, who often accept routine and boredom as facts of life and do little to upset the balance of familiarity and calm they've established. Joyce remarked in a letter to Stanislaus, "I am no friend of tyranny, as you know, but if many husbands are brutal the atmosphere in which they live is brutal." It is clear that religion and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 18. Opening a Nightclub for the Over 21 Crowd Introduction The purpose of this project was to determine the feasibility of opening up a nightclub that caters to people over 21 years old. This nightclub is of interest to the author because she is very passionate about it and this type of business had always been the author's dream. This chapter will discuss the relevant literature related to a) Customer service, b) License for restaurants and bars, and c) Types of entertainment. Review of Literature Customer service The author knows that a business will not succeed if the employees do not give the customers a quality customer service. Customers are most likely to come back to a place where they feel welcome, where they feel like they are being well treated. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... License for restaurants and bars The author plans on opening up a nightclub, there are many different types of licenses that the author needs to get in order to open the nightclub. Since it is a nightclub the author will need a liquor license, entertainment license, dance license, extended–hours license and many others. The author wants to sell alcohol, to have live concerts, to let people dance, to stay opened after 2 a.m. and other things. According to Jamie Zawinski, there are permits for almost everything the author wants to have in her business. Types of entertainment Nightclubs 1920's According to Stuart Moss (2010), the first nightclubs started in the 1920's. 1920's was the time post World War I, "the nation was strong and business was booming." (Nightlife) During that time selling alcohol was illegal and people were not accepting that new rule, therefore the name 'speakeasies' was invented. Speakeasies is the name for places that used to sell illegal alcoholic beverages and some speakeasies were like clubs now a day, where people drink and dance. (Jen and Ceyana, 2010) 1970's During the 1970's, there were more types of entertainment than the 1920's. There were bars, key holder clubs, lounges and ballrooms, rock clubs, and disco. Bars were a place where single people would go to find a partner; therefore the bar would be called "the singles bar". Key ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 20. Eureka Springs : County Seats Of Historic Places Welcome to Eureka Springs, AR – Your Extraordinary Escape Carroll County, Arkansas has two county seats, one of which is Eureka Springs. The city has a population of just over 2,000 people, making it a small but dynamic town. One of the most interesting things about Eureka Springs is that the entire town is part of the National Register of Historic Places. On top of this, it's been voted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of America's Distinctive Destinations. Some of the nicknames given to Eureka Springs include The Stairstep Town and The Little Switzerland of America. When you walk through Eureka Springs, you'll see beautiful winding streets, Victorian–style cottages, and even a variety of manors. Buildings ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Motel 6 Eureka Springs is close to Historic Downtown, Turpentine Creek, and Onyx Caves. When you stay here, you'll get complimentary internet access and use of the outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Rooms feature a microwave and refrigerator, ironing facilities, and televisions with premium programming. Pets are welcome here for an additional $10 fee. At Howard Johnson Express Inn, you're right next to The Great Passion Play and not far from the Ozark Mountain Hoe–Down. You're also close to Historic Downtown, which offers dining and shopping options. The hotel offers a complimentary breakfast to help you start your day. Check out the outdoor swimming pool in the warmer months, or relax in your room with a comfortable bed, television with premium programming, and in–room refrigerator. Pets are welcome here, so bring along your furry friend. Swiss Holiday Resort is close to everything, including Historic Downtown, Onyx Caves, and Ozark Mountain Hoe–Down. Your comfortable room features a television with free cable and HBO, complimentary wireless internet access, and comfortable bedding. Check out the outdoor pool, the wedding chapel, or the business center in your downtime. Start your day with a complimentary breakfast offered to all guests. Luxury Hotel Options in Eureka Springs, AR If you want more than just the basics, make sure to check out the luxury hotel options in Eureka Springs. These hotels offer the best services, amenities, and rooms. No matter what you're in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 22. Dubliners Research Paper Dubliners by James Joyce is a collection of stories centered around Joyce's intentions to write the moral history of Dublin's paralysis. Although paralysis seems to be the main theme in Dubliners, another motif comes across in the pages of the stories. As if all of the mental, physical, and emotional problems weren't enough, many of the characters in Dubliners are alcoholics. Joyce utilizes the character of the drunk in many of the stories in Dubliners; hardly a story skips a mention of a drink. The negative effects of alcohol occur again and again through the collection of stories. For the most part, men are brought down by their addiction to alcohol and their inability to control themselves when they are drunk. In Dubliners, the characters seek their own desires, face obstacles that frustrate them, and ultimately give in to their need to consume alcohol. With Dubliners, James Joyce brings attention to the different issues that consuming alcohol caused in early 20th century Ireland using three particular stories; "Counterparts", "Grace" and "Ivy Day in the Committee Room". James Joyce was born in the late 1800s in Dublin, Ireland. Joyce came from a big family; he was the eldest of ten children. It is known that Joyce was not raised in a stable household. His father, John, was a known alcoholic and his family did not have much money due to his father's constant spending. Despite the family 's continuous financial instability, however, Joyce 's father was aware of his son ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 24. Copthorne Hotel – Department Analysis Essay Copthorne Hotel – Department Analysis Finance The finance department at the Copthorne Hotel is extremely important to the running of the hotel. Some of the finance operations are carried out within the hotel and some are centrally carried out. For example: Overall accounts, balance sheets for the whole company, Annual reports and break even analysis area all carried out centrally. These are all done centrally to reduce the amount of pressure on the individual hotels and to make sure that they have al the information sorted instead of waiting or the individual hotels to send all of the information to the central office. Here are a few more jobs that are carried out centrally. – Compilation of the Financial section of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The finance department would need to work out a break–even analysis to make sure they are charging the right amount of money for a room. They would need to do this so they do not lose money. A way of doing this is to complete a survey of all the other hotels in the country. They could see how much money the other hotels are charging for a room and if they are making enough profit. This way they could work out the right price for their rooms. The finance department would also have to work out a way to make some money to pay back some interest on their borrowed money. They would have to create a Business Plan outlining how the borrowed money will make a profit for the hotel. They would also have to work out a fail–safe way to pay the employee's wages. If their wages are paid on time then the employees will hopefully stay happy and make sure they keep the up the good customer service. Also, if the finance department pay all of the invoices on time, it will keep the suppliers happy which in turn will help the departments receive their resources. This will then allow the staff to maintain the high service expected. Links with other departments Finance – Human Resources
  • 25. –I f the finance department pay the wages on time with the correct deductions into the staff's bank accounts it will leave them happy and motivated. – If the HR accountant discusses the HR manager about training to see if it can be done cost ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Road Trip Narrative Essay When i was in 6th grade my family and I lived in Gainesville, Missouri and my grandparents wanted to take us on a road trip, so I had to save up two hundred dollars because me and my sisters were going on a road trip to Monroe, Louisiana with our grandparents. I remember my grandparents giving my sisters and I a piggy bank that counts our money so everytime we would but money in it would tell us our balance. I can remember how excited we were about them we would just take our money out and reset the piggy bank and put all of our money in them and watch the numbers go up. When the trip was a couple months away my grandparents got scammed and the scammers took 2,000 dollars it was devastating because we had to wait to go on the trip so they could get more money. When there was 2 days till we left we all was very excited and all were packing up our clothes into bags and suit cases. We packed our snakes and charged up our tablets so we would be ready. I can remember how hard it was to fall asleep that night, it was like I drinked 10 cups of coffee because how excited we were. The morning had finally came we all woke up very early sowe would have everything ready to pack into the car and not leave anything behind. We were all waiting for my grandparents to show up and pick us up so the road trip could begin. When they finally arrived we all helped loading the car and off we were. The road trip was very excited we saw things that we haven't seen before, in fact it was the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Personal Narrative: My Declaration Of War It was the winter of 834 A.D. It was colder than usual that day. It was also the day that would forever alter my life. As I was walking into the King's Throll, I saw my friend Sven. Sven was a average lad, but at times I thought he was a little mentally disadvantaged. As Sven and I were walking up the long and windy stairs to the King's Throll, I noticed a large snowman that four little children were working on. I opened the large doors and walked into the corridor and we came upon the King's Throne. We bowed down upon him. To the side of us was a courier, he gave the king a letter. It was a declaration of war. I was astonished as to what I was seeing, just as we were going to speak to the king, a cannonball came streaking through the windowpane. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Out of the corner of my eye, I saw the courier sneak up behind him, a knife in his dirty hands. Before I could warn the King, the courier slammed the knife in his back, chuckling darkly. The King let out a low moan and crumpled to the ground. Sven let out a yell and charged at the betrayer, slamming him to the hard, cold ground of the castle. Numbly, I looked at the staff dumbfounded. I turned the smooth object around in my hands, inscribed into the staff was "TAKE THIS STAFF TO THE KEEPER OF DREAMS". Sven said that he thought that the keeper of dreams was a legend, I thought the same also I told him that" I thought as if there was only one way to find out,so we ventured out into the bowl's of Stravonia. We came upon a dark village and Sven and I walked into a tavern. I walked up to the counter and ordered a glass of mead. I asked if they had heard anything about the keeper of dreams, and they said that he has a castle up on top of a mountain I was feeling a little iffy from the mead so I asked the innkeeper if he could put me and Sven up for the night, she said sure it will be 20 gold coins. I payed her that and off me and Sven went. I quickly drifted into a deep sleep and woke up to complete darkness, I thought I possibly could have went blind so I started shouting for Sven and then, a short man with a long beard, and elf shoes, said what's wrong? You have a warm bed, a roof over your head, and a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. The Death Of A Mint Oil The queue grew thinner until Morgana reached the counter and purchased her mint oil. Although she could feel the familiar warmth of magic reviving itself in her body, and had been able to re–light candles in her room last night by concentrating on them, her powers were nowhere near their peak. Again: was it simply due to the injuries sustained in King Lothar's tomb? This sabbatical couldn't stretch on forever. Still, she had to admit that over the last three weeks, Lydil had grown on her. Despite the injuries, clean air, a proper bed and wholesome food had begun their good work, if ever so slowly. Remembering to keep her head down, she passed both merchants, wondering how they might react if they realized the "mad woman" had been ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She had often seen Princess Mithian, completely immersed in her own world, knowing that manipulating her would be child's play. Out of all the plans she had hatched in order to secure Camelot's Throne, this should have ranked as the most successful. Odin needed no persuasion to invade Nemeth, particularly when she advised him of the gold, silver, jewellery and fine cloth to be found in abundance–– indeed, he had almost wept for joy! Out of all Odin's failings, she preferred his greed to his cowardice. Who had melded him into this trembling specimen of subservience? Another one of Arthur 's misty–eyed speeches on peace, unity and working together for the common good? Well, men had been bought for far less. Rare fine wines, judging from the conversation she had just heard. Still... as much as she might scoff at Odin, Camelot gained much from it. Other kingdoms still disputing land and titles with Camelot would be encouraged by it and possibly reach further agreements. After all, Nemeth had still abided by the terms Arthur set forward, even after he rejected Mithian 's hand in marriage. Without money or access to an army, what chance would there be in future to attack? No use fretting about the future when trying to recover right now. One step at a time. Remaining in Lydil had been an excellent idea and once her magic returned... Yes; everything would turn in her favour. In this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Boulder Creek CASE– 25 BOULDER CREEK Presented by: Anvita Biswal 13202194 HTM (A) INTRODUCTION  Burt and Andrea purchased Econo Lodge in 1999 in a non highway location in Boulder, Colorado.  Located in a student residential area, Econo Lodge did not lend itself to drive–by stopovers because of its lack of landscaping, physical amenities etc.  Employee quality and their attitudes were low.  Maintenance and housekeeping were not prepared to provide anything more than a barely acceptable level of guest satisfaction.  The staff they inherited constantly attracted low–life guests.  Which is why the front office was protected by bulletproof glasses. TURNAROUND  Winner AND FLAG CHANGE of gold award and a nomination for platinum as ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...  But after the hotel was remodelled and repositioned, it attracted guests from universities and other business corporations and travel writers were invited which resulted in many articles written in newspapers and magazines. Q2. How did they change the marketing mix to fit their new target market?  They targeted those people who would recognize and appreciate quality lodging and not those who were seeking "cheap sleep".  Inviting potential guests or individuals who might influence visitor hotel selection to launch parties, swim parties, cocktail parties and other planned events.  Targeting supportive hospitality businesses.  Packages that supported local businesses were developed. Q3. Would you retain the Quality Inn flag? Explain your decision.  Yes,
  • 34. they should retain the Quality Inn flag as they have worked hard to remodel and reposition a declining hotel and earned appreciation from the townspeople and also it helped the town and the neighbourhood.  Also the hotel was a huge success. The planning and work of Andrea and Burt had paid off.  There is a value in the flag and if they don't retain the flag then anyone else would acquire the brand and benefit from their hard work. THANK ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 36. Analysis Of Sharon Vs. Salinger 's ' The, Taverns And... Sharon V. Salinger, Taverns and Drinking in Early America (Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002) Most aspects of colonial life in early America are well talked about: housing, food, daily routine, religion, etc. One of the more glossed over, yet interesting topics, is that of colonial drinking and the taverns in which it takes place. Why did colonial Americans enjoy drinking so much? In Sharon V. Salinger's, Taverns and Drinking in Early America, she outlines how drinking traditions started and how it affected daily life and the impact it had on the people of early America. Salinger's overview of the origins and developed habits of drinking in early America provides insight to the different purposes the activity and taverns in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The overview of taverns and drinking and their great impact on daily life is obvious in the evidence and narration Salinger provides. She uses a journal written by Thomas Jefferson to explain how deeply entrenched in their daily lives taverns and drinking were: "Thomas Jefferson noted with alarm that cheap distilled spirits were "spreading through the mass of our citizens," yet he is credited with inventing the presidential cocktail party"(3). Despite any negativity surrounding drinking, its growth in popularity was unstoppable. She also adds the fact that 'water was considered an unsafe beverage', which partially explains the reason for alcohol's rise to popularity and appearance in the daily lives of early Americans. This increase in drinking also lead to the tavern culture and the need to regulate it, which brings in the lawmaking side. The thesis of Salinger's book and research states, "Colonial taverns and hotels that developed from elite taverns manifested an American society that maintained segregation in public by race, gender, and class"(245). Essentially, over the course of the eighteenth century colonial taverns grew exclusionary, in time serving certain sections of society rather than the whole community. She writes even at the very beginning of the text of the separation: "In the urban taverns that served a middle class and elite clientele, men gathered on a regular basis to transact business, argue over issues of local politics, or share a convivial ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 38. Public Policy Issues: Case of Keystone and House Bill 1540 Background As governments evolved and adapted from the ancient city states it became necessary to implement projects that were designed to improve the structure and function of the government. Public policy is a guide for the administrative function of the state to implement laws, regulatory measures and funding priorities that will benefit the citizenry. Generally, it is embodied within macro constitutional or legislative documents and acts, and/or judicial decisions (Schuster, 2009). In our original scenarios, we are dealing with the Keystone Pipeline and House Bill 1540 as related to public policy. Because one of the basic principles of public policy is to use government action to help coalesce numerous individuals and interest groups into a more collaborative organization, a number of tactics and tools are often present within stakeholders to educate, influence, and mobilize upon particular issues (Kilpatrick, 2004). Analysis – In the case of Keystone and HR 1540, both issues involve large amounts of money. For this reason, there are a number of competing interests that form a network surrounding the issues: 1) Government, 2) Private Enterprise, 3) Lobby Groups, 4) Public Protection Groups, 5) Special Interest Groups, etc. We can visualize this as a web in which there are a number of stakeholders with particular views who interact not just into the center of the web, but to all points in between as a maze at times making allies with one group, at other times opposing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 40. CASE STUDY The Fork And Dagger Pub Essay examples Founded in Straun, Ontario by Richard Lynch, the Fork and Dagger Pub was a growing business and showed much success after opening in 1993. By using word of mouth advertising with the high traffic taken in from playing the Norway Olympics in the pub, the Fork and Dagger Pub found itself with a lot of sports enthusiasts as regular customers as well as students from local schools. But since 2008, the Fork and Dagger Pub has declined in revenue and local patrons have seemed to vanish. With new competitors in the area, and net income decreasing over $100,000 in four years– Richard has decided to let his two sons, Jason & Bradley, both working at the establishment for over 10 years, to create business proposals to help their revenue grow ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Only business essential expenses were kept the same. So it would appear that external factors are to blame for the Pub's revenue decline, for the only internal factor to compromise the pub's business is the lack of change and innovation to the bar atmosphere and scenic value. Overall the Fork and Dagger Pub has been identified as unfocused market strategy, and in need of a desperate change, for it cannot keep up with new and growing businesses in the local area. The Fork and Dagger Pub has currently two business proposals to help improve and regain revenue for the establishment. Richard's two sons, Jason & Bradley, both has prepared general ideas of where they can take the business's target market. Jason's business proposal involves changing the restaurant's old and outdated décor and working on promoting the business to compete with others bars. His plan outlines purchasing pool tables ($5000 each), karaoke machine ($1500), DJ nights ($75 – $125 an hour), as well as overall renovating the interior (base at $6000) and changing for new tables and chairs at $2000 a piece. He also hasn't really focused on the promotion side, but has ideas for Ladies Night, Happy Hour as well as utilizing social media campaigns to give out coupons for drinks or food. Bradley's business proposal requires rather a change of target market. Bradley and his partner are apart of the LGBT community, (Lesbian, Gay, Bi–sexual & Transsexual) and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 42. Was The Breach Of Contract? The purpose of this discussion essay is to prove that there was a breach of contract, that there was tort liability involved, that there was a guest innkeeper relationship, a possible landlord tenant relationship and bailment involved. To begin with, Sarah Leah was offered a new job with a magazine company in Ottawa and had to start the next weekend. She packed up all her belongings and headed to Ottawa where she entered into an oral contract with the Holiday Inn Suites Hotel. Under this contract, the plaintiff would receive accommodation from the hotel and in return, she would pay for the accommodation. The hotel breached their contract when there was a fire in the hotel that resulted in Sarah's property being destroyed as well as, the room which she entered into a contract under. To remedy the situation, Sarah could sue for punitive damages, actual damages and general damages. Under punitive damages, Sarah could sue for the hotels reckless actions/conduct. The hotel could have easily avoided this fire had they taken the necessary steps to prevent it such as; having signs that said "smoking is prohibited in the hotel lobby" or even telling people that enter the hotel that there are designated smoking areas around the hotel premise if they wish to smoke. Sarah could also sue for actual damages, such as, possible lost income from work (while she finds another place to live) and her property that was destroyed in the fire. Finally, she could also sue for general damages, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 44. Strategy of Jd Wetherspoon REPORT ON STRATEGY AND CULTURE IN J D WETHERSPOON BY ELNARA MACDONALD Contents Page No I Introduction 3 II Part I – PETL 3–4 III Part II – SWOT 5–6 IV Part III – Guidelines 6 Bibliography INTRODUCTION It was back in December 1977 that Wetherspoon opened its first pub. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 5. POLITICAL FACTOR Environmental: At least a quarter of the space in each establishment is non–smoking to protect customers' health. Technological: Each has a ventilation system (costing more than £100,000) which aims to ensure that customers do not leave smelling of smoke. J D Wetherspoon also have plasma screens and can show TV programmes In 2009 J D Wetherspoon receive an 'Environmental Hero' award from renowned environmental guru David Bellamy OBE. The company strive to minimise any emissions or effluents which may cause environmental damage, ensuring that we conserve energy, through minimising consumption and maximising efficiency. J D Wetherspoon also promote efficient purchasing which will both minimise waste and allow materials to be recycled, where appropriate. Conserving resources "We also ensure, when we develop new pubs or upgrade current ones, that equipment and processes are introduced to minimise energy consumption" Our environmental policy already commits us to working with our suppliers, contractors and partners to minimise our environmental impact and to encourage ecologically sustainable and, where possible, local sourcing of products and services PART – II SWOT Strengths * $best customer experience * strong management team * well–trained staff * variety choice available in menu * strong community * friendly
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  • 47. Premier Inn Essay 1.1Background information Premier Inn is the one of the UK's hotel brands.(Whitbread, 2014) As indicated on the Whitbread website Premier inn has been consistently rated the UK's best value hotel chain by Yougov with over 670 hotels and more than 55000 rooms across the UK and Ireland. It is one of the most recommended budget hotels in the UK offering quality comfortable rooms and friendly service to customers. Premier inn caters to everyone so whether you are staying for business or leisure you will always be welcome. Premier inn has expanded to countries like India and Dubai. 1.2 Factors that affect the operation Although premier inn is the leader in the UK hotel market it faces competition from other budget hotels. Its main competitor ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The success of any business is a result of the interaction between the two major factors. The ability to use its internal resources which are the inputs. In terms of Premier Inn; the hotel rooms have to be clean and in ready for the guest to check in to them. The team members have to friendly and welcoming to the guests and making sure they are well looked after. 2.2 The 4 V's volume, variety, variation, and visibility Although operations processes are very similar in the way they transform inputs, they differ in four ways which are the four V's. Volume is the number of products offered. The hotels are made from accurate volumetric prefabrications. The rooms are designed for single occupancy as well as families. There is a medium to high repetition of tasks which allows for specialisation in hospitality. Everything has to be done systematically for example in terms of the check in process or cleaning of rooms. Variety are the different range services offered. Premier Inn offers a variety of rooms. The rooms are arranged in various configurations to suit the needs of a particular site. The rooms are designed to be attractive, functional and comfortable. They are designed in such a way that they are easy to get around for maintenance purposes and to make easy for the guest. All of the rooms are have the same furnishings this includes a double bed, a sofa which can be transformed into a sofa bed if need be, a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Essay On Chief's Magic Meta: Representing a brand new series and a brand new venture for Microgaming, the developer is showcasing Native American spirit in new game Chief's Magic! Chief's Magic Review Chief's Magic takes you back in time where the classic 3–reel slot machine ran wild, and uses Native American visuals to stand out from other similar titles in the genere. With a single payline being featured, along with three pre–defined paytables, Chief's Magic is a very simple slot game experience without the usual wild icons and scatter symbols in the mix. With the availability of playing between 0.25 and 15 coins, this game has a top prize award that is 200x your wager for the matching of three chief icons, though this is available only at the highest bet ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A wild symbol is not featured in this game, as it has only the payout feature that is reserved for the BAR logos, which can be assembled together to make a winning payline. With three single BAR logos you get a payout of 3x your wager, but three double BAR logos give you a payout of 5x your wager, and three triple BAR logos give a payout of 10x your wager, while mixing and matching combinations of the three can double your starting wager. For instance, two single BARs with a double BAR following is still a winning spin in Chief's Magic, though you would get the minimum winning payout. Nothing but a Dud Besides what has been highlighted before, there is not much to the game and we are stuck wondering why the icon with the game's highest value, the titular chief, is not featured as a substitute wild icon. Having only one payline, this won't have a massive effect to make it a must play for any players interested, but at the very least it would add some type of action and excitement. Putting it simply, Chief's Magic is a dud when it comes to bonus features. Looking for Brighter Fortunes This is probably not the best of Microgaming's releases, as it appears to not have power where it is most needed. There are greater games from Microgaming out there, with a few actually being a bit adventurous with their creativeness and themes. Chief Fortune, which is the sequel to Chief's Magic, is one of the most memorable Internet
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  • 52. Alexandria Nightlife Top Rated Alexandria, VA Nightlife: Best Restaurants and Bars Meta Description: Alexandria, Virginia has some of the best bars and restaurant scene with some of anywhere in the country. Meta Keywords: Alexandria restaurants, Dining in Alexandria, Alexandria bars, Nightlife in Alexandria Alexandria's Top Restaurants and Bars The City of Alexandria, Virginia is, for all intents and purposes, a relatively affluent suburb of Washington D.C. It is also home to a great many businesses that work directly for or with the Federal Government. Because of this, Alexandria has a very well developed nightlife scene including some of the regions absolute best restaurants and bars. Restaurants The Alexandria dining scene is largely built on quality ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Murphy's Grand Irish Pub offers a full menu of Irish favorites and other pub food, nightly entertainment, an outdoor patio for enjoying summer weather, multiple screens to catch the big game on, and special events like bar trivia nights. Hard Times Cafe Another old town favorite, Hard Times Cafe has since become a regional chain, but this is the one that started them all. Founded in 1980, the original Hard Times still serves the original owner's award–winning chili, alongside a host of other pub favorites. They have a full bar, a modicum of wine, and several taps' worth of beer. Vermillion The restaurant itself is quite good, but the bar at Vermillion is worth a visit in its own right. Featuring one of the area's best liquor walls to go along with one of the area's best cocktail programs, alongside one of the area's best wine lists and enough beers to keep any beer lover quite happy, this bar is one of Alexandria's best.
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  • 55. disintegration of yer maw Executive Summary BrewDog is a company that has gone from strength to strength in its short time since establishment. The company has been experiencing rapid growth over the past several years. Through extracting the relevant information from a SWOT analysis on the company, I will look at BrewDog's strengths and opportunities, leading to analysis of competition, barriers to entry and the threat of substitutes in proposed future markets. Through this I will show what growth methods are not suitable for the company, and conclude with my recommendation that simultaneous expansion of the UK and foreign markets are the most viable growth prospects for the company. I will provide analysis and discussion to show the validity of this. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 1.2 Opportunities The opportunities for BrewDog are vast and include continuing to expand on its recent trend of opening BrewDog pubs and bars across the UK, and taking the business global on a larger scale than it currently is. The company already exports to over 30 countries worldwide (McCulloch, 2013) and although this is of course proving profitable, the intentions of BrewDog in terms of expansion are focussed mainly on opening new establishments. The company currently has eleven open bars in Scotland and England, with a flag ship store in Shoreditch, London. Eleven bars is not a massive amount, particularly looking at the success of the ones they currently have. Although expansion abroad is no doubt a high priority, it cannot be ignored that BrewDog bars are not present in Northern Ireland, although the beers are available there for purchase in other establishments and stores. This is an opportunity for expansion. The matter of global expansion of the pubs is one that BrewDog seem very interested in, and understandably so. As mentioned, BrewDog already exports to around 30 different markets, and as such has a customer base around the world already. An opportunity for growth is to enter the German market, where the craft beer market is large, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Case Study of J D Wetherspoon Plc Case study of J D Wetherspoon plc Contents I. Introduction 2 II. Discussions 2 1. Section 1: External environment 2 1.1 SPELT analysis 2 1.2 SWOT analysis 5 1.3 How to conduct a SWOT analysis used by J D Wetherspoon plc 7 2. Section 2: Organisational culture 8 2.1 Organsation culture "taken for granted assumptions" and "shared values" 8 2.2 J D Wetherspoon's type of culture 9 2.3 Relationship between organisational culture and organisational 9 2.4 Management approach in J D Wetherspoon 10 3. Section 3: Business strategy 10 3.1 Strategies adopted by organisation 10 3.2 Benefits J D Wetherspoon gained from strategy 11 3.3 Different strategies ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So it could affect this industry. ii. Inflation Inflation. After the inflation, the currency will devaluation. So that some lower income residents of the declining standard of living and the majority of difficult to raise the standard of living. It made people enjoy the pub industry's service impossible. d) Political factor When it comes to political factors, the government stability, taxation policy, social welfare policies and trae regulations shoule be considered. i. Taxation policy Taxation policy.For example, because of taxation policy since last year's Industry Report the full rate of duty has risen by 17.8%. Marginal benefits from the reduction to 15% have less than a year to run, when the possible return to 17.5% will leave the industry with the permanent "bonus" of the 8% duty hike imposed in November 2008. ii. Government stability Government stability. Government stability helps residents raise the standard of living and stability of personal life. So it increased the need of pub industry to meet their personal satisfaction. e) Legal factor Legal factor involved employment law, healthy and safety, company law and consumer proection.
  • 58. i. Legislation Legislation. For instance, The closures in rural areas are in huge part because of drink driving legislation. In town centres, anti smoking, drink driving for commuters who ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 60. Hero Blade Research Paper Blade Slots Remember our hero Blade? The vampire who could walk in the sunlight? Blade who stripped the villains of their power over us? Well Blade is back and he i s here to stay, software gurus, Cryptologic has mad e sure of that. This incredible slot is based not on the Blade movies but rather on the original Marvel Comic. The reels are set against the eerie city at dusk where the modern vampires weave through the underground. This progressive slot machine has four jackpots, 5 reels and 9 paylines. Playing the game, defeat the bad guys and win the l oot The point of this game is not the brilliant graphic s and the perfectly integrated theme. The real poin t is the huge jackpots that keep on paying out. So to ge ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One coin will do it and th ere are only 9 so missing a jackpot is going to be a lot tougher than you think. No matter your balance it i s always smart to play a cautious game at the start , get a feel for the game and for the payouts. You ca n spin on all paylines for as little as 45c and as much as $45, so the bets are small but the wins are big. The three progressive jackpots are shared with the other Marvel Comics games. They are paid out randomly across the Marvel games. They pay out ever y couple of hours so keep your bank roll going for as long as you can. The longer you stay in the game the better your chances of walking off with a wad of cash. Marvel Hero Jackpot, the biggest of the lot is rese t to a very hefty 5000 coins, the Super Hero Jackpo t with its minimum of 500 coins and the Hero Jackpot, the baby of the bunch still pays out a random amount of 50 coins at the very least. Then the fourth jackpot is the fixed maximum payout of 8000 coins. 5 wild symbols will reward you handsomely. If you have been betting big you get pa id big. Hunting vampires is a lucrative business The Blade symbol is the wild, so he completes ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 62. Summary Of George Starrett Mansion Bed And Breakfast Ann Starrett Mansion Bed and Breakfast In 1899, George Starrett built a majestic mansion for his love Ann. Many descendants lived in the mansion too. There have been sightings of the couple as well as the nanny who helped raise the couple 's son.The figure of a red haired woman has been seen by many guests and staff. She 's often seen admiring the solar calender built by George for his wife, Ann, which is why many people have felt that this peaceful spirit is Ann herself. While a male apparition is said to haunt the bed and breakfast, the most lively spirit is the nanny herself. She 's been known to interact with the guests. Captain Whidbey Inn In 2007, the inn celebrated its 100th year. Along with an inn that hasn 't changed much in over 100 years, there are cabins where guests have frequently heard things that can 't be explained. There 's been the faint sound of girls laughing where there were no little girls. There 's a female apparition said to be roaming the halls of the inn. One person reported that he saw a friend scratched by a spirit too. Carson Hot Springs Resort Built in 1901 by Isadore St. Martin, the Carson Hot Springs Resort has many ghosts said to be walking within its walls. Isadore was killed on the grounds in 1910. He was arguing with a man on the grounds and was accidentally stabbed in the chest. St. Martin 's wife died shortly after him. Her ghost is the most seen ghost on the grounds. She 's been seen in the lobby as well as the hallways on the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 64. Analysis Of Supernatural Hauntings Synopsis: AFC opens as AMY is seen frantically running from her home, after being scared by what seems like a supernatural haunting. GREGORY PRICE, his daughter HEATHER, SIMON, OSCAR, and THOMAS, walk the audience through how they set up her home to seem as though an apparition has invaded her living space. This all comes as a part of their scam to make people feel they are being haunted, in order to collect on 'getting rid' of said hauntings. Greg now on stage giving a seminar, boast to the crown about his efforts to expose the very team he worked with in these scams. Meanwhile, Heather, who he testified against, angrily looks on form a prison cell, plotting to get him back for what he did. Upon her release three years later, Heather meets with Sam, as they ride back to Little Gaston, known worldwide as a tourist attraction for its hauntings – now a shell of its former self, with no tourists and no haunted paraphernalia. On television, she sees her father reaping all of the benefits of her misfortunes, and learns that he is coming to town for a motivational speech at the end of the week. Heather gets the team back together– despite their reluctance – and together they plot on a plan to get her father back for his wrongs, and bring the town back to life. At dusk, Heather settles into a once known 'haunted' hotel by MRS. BENCHLEY, the hotel hostess. Later at Sam's Bazaar, as the team devise their plan Greg walks in on them. He leaves without altercation, but meets with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 66. Where The Craic Is Mighty Essay As I was sitting in my window seat nervous and looking haggard from a bad night's sleep, a warm welcoming voice came over the plane's intercom. The first sentence was to inform us we would be landing soon. The words were in English, but the next voice was foreign but unique in a beautiful language known as Gaelic. I looked out the window in awe of the picturesque fields of green, the shimmering blue of the ocean and the pillowing clouds above. It was then that I knew I was no longer in England or the United States but the emerald isle of Ireland. After Landing in Dublin I made my way through customs, swooning over the Irish accents all around me, forcing myself to grab my bags off the carousel before I recorded all of it on my phone. I ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After a drink or two more it became clear he was from Norway, I had butterflies as soon as the word came out of his mouth. He was from the same country my paternal grandparents had emigrated. Fate had her tricky way of aligning stars that night. We talked for hours, went through a pack of cigarettes, entertained a group of drunken dancers and ended the night with a toast to our good fortune of meeting. The next morning I awoke with the bravery of a lion. I showered and put on my walking shoes, I was attacking Dublin with a tourist mindset. Walking along St. Stephens green and Trinity College was like walking through a time warp. Everything was beautiful and clean. The people ever so friendly, giving directions and taking pictures without fear that they would steal your camera. I had fallen in love with Dublin in less than a day. After getting lost quite a few times and returning to my hotel room, I was pleasantly surprised by a note left on my door from Magnus. He had left his number and invited me to dinner at a local restaurant. I quickly changed and met him downstairs, I was not going to ruin a chance like this. We had traditional Irish meals like Guinness stew and bangers and mash. You could feel the meat melting in your mouth, the broth was so thick and creamy. It was so hearty and delicious and I did not care about calories. To top it off we had Irish coffees and walked along the river. After walking off dinner we decided to do ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 68. travelodge analysis and pest analysis Essay Marketing Management A Resit Introduction This report will be providing a detailed analysis of the existing Budget Hotel market, and how to improve the competiveness of the Travelodge UK, the second largest Budget Hotel chain in the United Kingdom, Second Premier Inn. This report will contain the following, a profile of the organisation's current target market, which will include demographic, psychographic, geographic and behavioural variables. That will then be followed by a well–referenced and well–researched PEST analysis that will highlight the most important and relevant factors that could have an impact on the business. Once the pest analysis has been completed, the report will be concluded by recommended changes to the marketing ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The number of trips taken by Britons overseas has declined by 12.6 million, from 69.4 million to 56.8 million between 2007 and 2011, according to the research by Travelodge. This means that 5.9 million holidays and trips have come out of the market altogether when the number of domestic holidays and trips are factored in. This is shy of the government's stated ambition for domestic trips to replace the number of missing overseas trips, the report says. However, the analysis shows that 'staycation' breaks were up by 5.6% as the recession proved that holidays are an essential rather than a luxury. UK city breaks account for 23% of domestic tourism but seaside towns are in decline by 5%. Total tourism revenue was up 12.6% to £40 billion between 2007–2011 against the general economy up 8%. Employment numbers in tourism have bucked the wider trend, thanks to strong growth in 2011 when 120,000 new jobs were created. The UK's appeal as a tourist destination endured during the double dip, with overall visitor numbers up by 3.1% to 157.4 million, the report shows. Staycations form the backbone of the tourism economy, with domestic trips and holidays increasing by 5.6% to 126.6 million. Social Factors Travelodge is seen as a sociably acceptable hotel regarding to trust pilot, although there are many mixed reviews from that site and other sites such as tripadvisor. The use of social media can help attract customers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 70. Should Uk Beer Brewers Be An Integrated Firm? Before 1989, the UK beer industry was monopolised by beer brewers. Due to the exercising monopoly power over two stages of production, in 1989, the UK Monopolies and Mergers Commission published "its lengthy and longawaited report on Beer" (Waterson, 2010) which recommended measures that eventually led to brewers having to divest themselves of 14,000 public houses (Slade, 1998). This essay will explore why UK beer brewers preffered being an integrated firm rather than a specialised firm focusing solely on brewing by investigating transactional costs, the costs and benefits of integration and the realisation that pub owners faced low fixed costs such as rent but high variable costs such as alcohol from brewers. It will also analyse the impact that the divestment had on the beer industry by exploring the consequences and reasons for the MMC intervention making reference to the creation of 'pubcos'. Taking this into account, this essay will conclude that A firm is "a 'black box' operated so as to meet the relevant marginal conditions... thereby maximising profits" (Jensen and Meckling, 1976). There are many production stages involved in the production of a good, therefore, different firms choose to either specialise in one area of production or own different stages of production. These types of firms are known as a specialised firms and integrated firms respectively. An example of a specialised firm is a brewery that is solely focused on the brewery stage of production. The UK ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 72. Difference Between Laura And Howie Excursion First Argumentative Paragraph One important reason that Laura and Howie excursion was a learning experience that was justifiable by the circumstances they were in is that Laura and Howie needed to find shelter,"He stared at her stupidly for a minute, and then got on his feet and climbed the lawn to the house.It was small and empty. A summer cottage.Pg.19" This piece of evidence proves my claim because it talks about how they needed a place to stay and spend the night their.Some might argue that Laura and Howie excursion was not a learning experience, that it was immitue because Howie and Laura needed to find shelter, but instead they broke into a cottage and lying to people about what they did. Second Argumentative Paragraph Another important reason that Laura and Howie excursion was a learning experience that was justifiable by the circumstances they were in is that Laura and Howie needed to get away from the torture at their camp," He didn't understand why they had taken his clothes and left him alone on the island. Pg.5" This piece of evidence proves my claim because it talks about how Laura and Howie both neededto do something to get away from something they didn't like at all.Some might argue that Laura and Howie excursion was not a learning experience, that it was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pg.137" This piece of evidence proves my claim because it talks about how Laura and Howie both needed to do something to survive because they were hungry and they didn't have that much money to spend for both of them. Some might argue that Laura and Howie excursion was not a learning experience, that it was foolish because Laura and Howie both needed to survive, but instead they cause all this trouble for everyone to find them both and figure out what happened with ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 74. My Experience At The Hotel These days, there have been a number of hotels in various cities, towns and countries. From when I was young to now, I have visited many inns since I loved to travel to somewhere. I had any feeling and impression about hotels where I have been before I became eighteen years old. Hotels were just hotels that I needed to stay for the night. No more than that I thought. Before I went to Canada to study English in 2011, my family had a plan to travel somewhere and stay in a hotel for my farewell in Korea. After we visited many attractions, we were heading to the hotel that we made a reservation. When I saw the entrance of the hotel, I was surprised at first, and when we went inside of the hotel, I was surprised again. For two days, I was very impressed and I thought a lot in positive ways. I always had a desire to visit again and I wanted to get a hotel like that inn. It was the first time for me to know what I want to become. The trip to the hotel was totally changed my life and my dream. When we arrived at the hotel, a man, who looked a staff, did valet parking service for us, and we moved to the desk to get a card key. We certainly checked in and we followed the guide of one of the employees. He let my family get in a cart, and he guided us to our room where we reserved before we came here. While going there, small waterfall and many various flowerpots welcomed us. I could see that our room was being close to us, which was designed as a modern building. When we arrived at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 76. Case Studies Essay Case Synopsis Mr. Hugh Tudor (55 yrs) is a well–known person in Milville, where he has been living for 30 years. He is involved in lot of social activities and has a reasonable pension and savings. He is becoming restless in his retirement and shows interest in investing in The Leeds Livery, local British pub in Milville, which could provide him with more challenges. While discussing this matter with his friend, he found out that the pub has great potential to perform well as it once exceeded the profit percentage of the industry. Mr. Tudor is in the process of exploring this opportunity but still has several questions rising in his mind. Problem Statement How could Mr. Hugh Tudor increase his retirement income? Or How could Mr. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Suppliers have less power because there are a lot of suppliers and they all willing to accommodate and provide discounts for their customers (economies of scale). Threat to new entrants: There is no barrier to entry in this industry but it might be difficult for newcomers to compete against existing well establishing companies. Threat of Substitutes: Few substitutes such as bars for hard liquor, restaurant for food, etc. The threat is low because product sold depends upon customers taste and preference and there is minimal product differentiation. Competition in the industry: Competitors include local small pubs/ bars, family restaurants, other food outlets, etc. There is a lot of competition in this industry from domestic as well as foreign companies. SWOT Analysis of Leeds Livery Strengths Weakness Location: Since this pub is located close to GO Transit station, which will make it easier for everyone to commute back and forth. Well known: Since this pub is already well–known amongst many people in Milville so it might not require huge investment in its advertising. Good reputation: Leeds Livery has a good reputation in Milville because this pub used to participate in lot of community activities. This helps in promoting the business and eventually increasing sales. Reduce community involvement: This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 78. Tell City Pour Haus: Restaurant Analysis The Tell City Pour Haus Pub & Eatery is a restaurant located close to the river in Tell City, Ind. and is filled with several different types of American nourishments. Not only does this restaurant have food, but they are also an in–house brewing company. As you walk into the Pour Haus, you get a very rural type of feeling. This building was built in the late 1800s, first being Tell City Foundry and Machine Works. In 2014, the building was renovated and reopened into a restaurant, Tell City Pour Haus. I arrived at this restaurant on around 4:00pm on a Saturday night. I walked into what almost seemed to be a concert instead of a restaurant. Every weekend the Pour Haus will have live entertainment whether it is a local band or a band they brought out of town. This was possibly the only thing I did not like about my experience. While the live entertainment was great, it was almost too much for the smaller inside area. During the summer they have enough room outside for the live entertainment, but they could have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I couldn't help but notice the 38 television screens they had posted around their building. We were also informed by our waitress that the restaurant has 40+ beers on tap. With it being a Saturday afternoon, our drinks and food came fairly quickly. This is a great place for you to grab a beer and watch your favorite sports team. For dinner I ordered a haus favorite, BBQ Pork Nachos. This contained beer cheese sauce (which is excellent), hickory–smoked BBQ pork, cheddar jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, sour scream, jalapenos, and salsa on top of tortilla chips. The hickory–smoked BBQ pork was outstanding. The meat wasn't too dry and it wasn't too moist. The other condiments on top were well portioned, as well. You can order a half order which serves 1–2 people or full order which serves 3–4 people. I order the half order and still had plenty to take ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 80. Essay On Family Trip Have you ever gotten on a family trip and wondered if it could possibly change the way you perceive life? Well, let me tell you that this exact matter happened to me the last Fourth of July. When you are in your teenager years a person only thinks of one point and that's you, yourself, and you again. That's what I had on my mind before going to this marvelous trip, but how I saw my future before I went, and how I saw it when I came back and were very different. How could a mere and inoffensive family trip become such an important change in my life? The twilight of the trip, what a baloney; or so I thought. Everything began on Friday the 1rst of July in the Miami Bay, All the cruises where standing there; so majestuous and flawless, fearless of the vast ocean before ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... What I didn't count on was the fact that I was going to be swimming among them in a special pool on the hotel. This pool has the form of an antique Maya temple, with an extensive toboggan at the top that passes right through the pool of sharks. That view while passing from inside the toboggan is one am never going to forget and how could I if this trip was being my first time in so many ways; It was my first time outside the U.S, also it was my first time on a cruise, and not to mention my first time swimming with sharks. The next element that called my attention was something called the White party, it consisted of a truly big party on the deck of the boat where every single person was supposed to dress in white and greed the captain and the crew. The next day we went to a private island, regardless to say that it had also been my first time on a private island, it was a paradise like place. There everyone was doing fun activities, surfing, snorkeling, and even biking. After spending the day there we went back to the ship and the next morning we were on the Miami Bay ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 82. My Road Trip When I was in 6th grade my family and I lived in Gainesville, Missouri and my grandparents wanted to take us on a road trip, so I had to save up two hundred dollars because me and my sisters were going on a road trip to Monroe, Louisiana with our grandparents. I remember my grandparents giving my sisters and I a piggy bank that counts our money so every time we would but the money in it would tell us our balance. I can remember how excited we were about them, we would just take our money out and reset the piggy bank and put all of our money in them and watch the numbers go up. When the trip was a couple months away my grandparents got scammed and the scammers took 2,000 dollars it was devastating because we had to wait to go on the trip so they could get more money. When there was 2 days till we left, we all was very excited and all were packing up our clothes into bags and suitcases. We packed our snakes and charged up our tablets so we would be ready. I can remember how hard it was to fall asleep that night, it was like I drunk 10 cups of coffee because how excited we were. The morning had finally came we all woke up very early so we would have everything ready to pack into the car and not leave anything behind. We were all waiting for my grandparents show up and pick us up so the road trip could begin. When they finally arrived we all helped load the car and off we were. The road trip was very excited we saw things that we haven't seen before, in fact, it was the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 84. Scott Competitive Forces The success of a business will be determine by the response against the threat that these competitive forces generates (Hinton 2009). Figure 2 highlighted the main threats and competitive forces for my chosen company, focused in the two main: Threats of the new entrants and existing competitors. In reaction and counterattack against the threat of the new entrants, Morton Scott Company has created a sustainable strategy which is focusing in the protection of the environment with special attention to their customers and the financial status of the company. This actions has developed a strong loyalty from the regular office workers customer due to the interest of many of them in the green policies. These green policies are explained by the bar tenders to the regular customer and the company became well known as an environmentally friendly. Moreover, the company is focusing on enhance their customer service. Both strategies could be consider as a kind of barrier against the new entrants. In addition, the sustainable information system of the company have been contributing to raise awareness among its employees of the importance of the protection of the environment. The company has implemented an internal sustainable programme which is controlled and monitored periodically to guarantee that every employee understand the purpose of this policy. The policy is including into the staff handbook and it gives to every employee during the induction programme. The threat of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...