Unusually Usual: Must-Consider Themes For Your Next Business Establishment


Posted On Sep 14 2017 by

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Let’s face it.

No matter what people like to see, they would go for something unusual in sight. No matter what people love to do, they would also go for something unusual in touch.

Now, you might ask: Why is that?

The reason for this is quite simple: curiosity.

And that’s because curiosity makes both what they like to see and what they saw unusually worth the sight. And that’s because curiosity also makes both what they love to do and what they did unusually worth the touch.

Those being said, here are some must-consider themes for your next business establishment:

Archery Theme

It’s one thing to have an archery business that is meant for people ages 18 and up such as the likes of those businesses that offer archery trainings and archery competitions. It’s another thing to have an archery-themed business that is meant for people ages 15 and up such as the likes of those businesses that offer book finding and book hiding services.

Have you already found the bowjudge here for your archery-themed business?

Simply put, you would unusually bring out the Katniss Everdeen in every customer of yours with an archery theme: the one who would volunteer and take the risk for her beloved family (trying out something entirely new to your sight like that of book finding anywhere you want to) and the Katniss Everdeen who would stop and take a moment for her trusted friends (checking out something entirely new to your touch like that of book hiding anyway you want to).

Korean Theme

It’s one thing to have a Korean business that is meant for people ages 15 and up such as the likes of those businesses that offer Korean food and Korean drinks. It’s another thing to have a Korean-themed business that is meant for people ages 18 and up such as the likes of those businesses that offer unlimited singing and unlimited watching passes.

Simply put, you would unusually bring out the fangirl in every customer of yours with a Korean theme: the one who would cry but take the risk for her beloved hero (trying out something entirely new to your sight like that of unlimited singing anyway you want to) and the fangirl who would shout but take a moment for her trusted idols (checking out something entirely new to your touch like that of unlimited watching anytime you want to).

Do you know any other must-consider themes for one’s next business establishment? Let us know in the comments section below!

Last Updated on: September 22nd, 2017 at 2:39 am, by Xtreme Festival


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