7 Keys to Success for Social Events in your Community

Communities often have difficulty attracting residents to their social events, which can make it difficult to justify the effort and cost. Imagine a family-oriented HOA with 500 homes – with a healthy social budget of $50,000 per year. A community can do a LOT with this amount of money, but it is still only $100 per home per year. One of the most common challenges in this situation is when there are a lot of free or low-cost events that do not get a lot of community participation. In a community of 500, if it is the same 50 people attending all the time, that means the other 450 owners are funding the social activities for a small group. It’s important to gear your social events towards attracting the participation of a wide variety of people and making them cost effective.    Read the article………….


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