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A business plan - The Cube Club.

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In addition, the venue will sell non alcoholic beverages such as soft drinks, juices and bottled water. A casual food menu consisting mostly of appetisers and small entrees. The initial hours of operation will 9.00pm � 3:00am, three nights a week. We will offer quality music and DJ�s for our customers to enjoy. Friday�s will be our main dance night with the best DJ�s from the world of house and trance. We will have two residents DJ�s playing every week along with a special guest DJ. Saturdays will be a more commercial affair with our two residents DJ�s playing a wide spectrum of music from various genres. Thursday will be as student / ladies night that will be geared towards a pop music theme and reduced price drinks. We hope that our resident DJ�s will build up a following as they will be playing each week, this means that customers will return just to listen to our resident DJ�s. 3.2 Products Offered A wide range of wet and dry products will be offered. Wet products are drinks and include alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks. They will consist of � Draught Beers � Served by the pint or half pint, these well include brands such as Stellla Artois, Fosters, Carsberg � Bottle Beers � A wide range of bottled 330ml beers will be offered, these will include brands such as Stella Artois, Budwiser and Becks � Wines � A wide range of red and white wine will be available by the glass or bottle. � Spirits � A wide selection of sprits will be offered these include Vodka, Wiskey, Barricai and Vermouth � Soft Drinks � A wide range of non alcoholic drinks will be offered, these include cola and lemonade � Juices and bottle water � A range fruit juices and bottle water will be available A casual food menu (Dry Products) will be offered, however food will only be served until 1:00am. ...read more.


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