There are two types of events that can be held at a war memorial site. The first type is that of events that are held to commemorate the war heroes buried at the war memorial site. And the second type is that of events that are unrelated to the commemoration of the war heroes buried there. In today’s article, we will be focusing on the latter variety of events: that is, events not related to the commemoration of the war heroes buried at the war memorial sites. While seeking to hold such events at a war memorial site, you need to:
- Get permission from the war memorial site management team
- Prepare the war memorial site for the event
- Publicize the event
Subsequently, it is important to ensure that you tidy up the war memorial site, after the event. The objective is to ensure that you leave the war memorial site in as good a condition as you found it, if not better.
It is also a good idea to give the war memorial site management team a token of appreciation (even if they don’t ask for it). You would be appreciating them for having allowed you to use their site to host your event. The token you give need not necessarily be something that is very costly. It could even be something as simple as an invitation for them to sign up for a credit card on the getmyoffer.capitalone.com portal. Or you can organize for each of the memorial site management team members to receive a capital one mail offer. These may seem like meaningless gestures, but they go a long way. Remember, the objective is to let the war memorial site management team know that you don’t take them for granted. In other words, that you don’t take the chance that you were given (to hold your event at the war memorial site) for granted. This way, should you need to hold another event at the war memorial site in the future, you can be assured that your request would be entertained.