on street marketing (eg sandwich boards) – laws/restrictions?
local coucils can allow you a permit, but youll need public liability just incase a partial sighted person falls over it, you can also be charged with obstruction of the highway, and the a board can be seized by the council.
Been there and it does bring in trade, but there are aslo miserable people who deliberately knock them over, mine was alwys getting knocked.Posted 5 years ago
The same miserable people who want their right to move freely on an unobstructed pavement…
These days I thought that Pblic Liability Insurance was hard to find for A-boards.Posted 5 years ago
IMO if you put an A-board out on the public pavement you deserve the same treatment as the scrotes who litter, chuck down their used chewing gum, or allow their dog to foul the pavement.
and if you read the thread you’ll see that i’m not intending on just leaving an A-board on the street…
(we’d not be leaving them un-manned, so to speak)wwaswasSubscriber
investigate other ways of contacting potential clients as I for one would avoid a personal approach on the street
I accepted a can of Coke Zero from the lady offering free ones in Brighton yesterday.
I think it depends what message you’re trying to get across as to the technique you use.Posted 5 years agodrlexMember
What would the law state when it comes to me kicking over a sandwich board which gets put in the
middle of a cycle lane – every day?
Can’t answer that, but having stopped thrice to relocate a sign from a narrow shared path into the perimeter hedge, it no longer returns. Three times a charm, obviously…Posted 5 years ago
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