Greek festival comes to Westfield this week

May 28, 2012 by  

This year, the Holy Trinity will welcome summer with the Greek Fest 2012. The festival has had rave reviews in the past and promises to be popular with singles, couples, and families. Those who attend will be able to experience Greek food, arts, and entertainment.

The celebration will run for four nights, starting this Thursday, May 31. It will be located in Westfield, New Jersey. Among the highlights will be live music from The Trojans of New York, the opportunity to sample Greek wines, and an area to keep the kids entertained.

Events like this one will need a large number of attendees to be successful. If the event is popular, people will spend their money at food stalls and other items. This money will help pay for the venue hire, stalls, and musical acts.

The best way to increase the popularity of an event is to set up a marketing campaign consisting of various advertizing methods. Firstly, the event could use printing services to start printing flyers. The flyers can then be passed around locally and in other NJ towns like Clifton. Event organizers can also try to get attention by approaching local media outlets. Many small radio stations and newspapers will be willing to profile the event for free. Combining these marketing methods is very likely to result in a boost in ticket sales for the event.

Admission to the event costs $2, with under 12s admitted free of charge. For further information, visit the Holy Trinity Westfield website.

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