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So, you ask, why should you pay more, for what appears to be the same product and service as our opposition promises?

It can be a difficult question to answer without coming out with the same old sales lines that you`ve heard again and again.
So here they are.

Cliches are there for a reason!

You can`t drink Champagne for the price of Beer.
You only get what you pay for.

Cheapest is not necessarily the best.

John Ruskin summed it up better than we ever could, and his text seems to creep into so many sales courses nowadays!

"It`s unwise to pay too much, but it`s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much you lose a little money and that is all. When you pay too little you sometimes lose everything because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the actual thing that it was bought to do. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot - it can`t be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder it is well to add something for the risk you run, and if you do that you will have enough to pay for something better."   John Ruskin (1819-1900)


We don`t make promises that we can`t keep

When we quote for your event, we quote for everything that we believe that you need. We fully expect that you will have two or more other quotes. From experience, we would be surprised if our quote was the lowest, however like-for-like, our aim is to be very competitive.

We would be more than happy to match like for like the food of other quotations which you have received.

We never cut corners in producing our food or buy inferior produce to make us more competitive.

Whenever possible we work directly with niche market suppliers and source our produce from local companies.

Please take a look at our
Testimonials page. These are genuine letters of thanks from genuine clients who have been through the same process as you. They are by no means unusual, and if you want to see more, just ask!

Conclusion
 

We believe we are better in every way than any of our competition. Our aim is to make every job slightly better than the last. We may be slightly more expensive, sometimes we are not, but when the event is over, you will be more than happy with what we have done, and hopefully you will recommend us to your friends and colleagues. This is how we have got where we are today, and how we will continue to grow in the future.




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