EatLafayette Extends Early-Bird Discount Deadline

Announces shift to annual membership campaign

Posted: Apr 13, 2021 2:55 PM

LAFAYETTE, LA –EatLafayette is excited to announce the extension of its early-bird discount deadline to Monday, May 3. All locally-owned restaurants in Lafayette Parish are eligible to become a member of EatLafayette. If you own a local franchise, the original franchise must originate in Lafayette Parish to be eligible. Restaurants interested in learning more can see details on benefits and pricing below or visit www.EatLafayette.com/Registration.In its 17th year, EatLafayette by Lafayette Travel is moving to an annual membership campaign to support locally-owned restaurants year-round. Last year EatLafayette waived registration fees for all locally-owned restaurants in Lafayette Parish in response to COVID-19. As a result, it promoted over 200 locally-owned restaurants while maintaining all advertising and promotion efforts from previous years. EatLafayette will continue its summer campaign and host its usual events but is planning some additional promotional opportunities and offerings throughout the year.“The COVID-19 pandemic has brought much uncertainty to the tourism industry, including our locally-owned restaurants that are an essential piece to making Lafayette Parish an attractive place to live and visit, “ said Ben Berthelot, President & CEO of Lafayette Travel. “After waving the registration fees last year for our EatLafayette campaign, we saw great response and support from our locals, starting with our to-go campaign. Now that our restaurants are almost fully operational, it was an easy decision to shift to a year-long membership campaign to provide even more support to this critical part of our economy.”

What You Get

•One-year membership to EatLafayette which grants you access to our membership directory, monthly luncheons, member portal with messaging board, meetings and convention calendars, and advertising opportunities in print and online.

•Year-round listing, landing page, and user account on EatLafayette.com where you can update the restaurant name, images, address, phone number, hours of operation, social links, website link, and map as well as attach deals, specials, and upcoming events to your account.

•Listing in the Allons Quarterly Inspiration Journal and Allons Annual Inspiration Guide in the restaurant section which includesrestaurant name, address, phone number, and website.

•Listing in the annual EatLafayette brochure which includes restaurant name, address, phone number, and website.

•Inclusion in print, radio, digital, social, and television advertising campaign held annually from June –September.

At least two mentions in EatLafayette’s monthly newsletter with over 14,000 subscribers.

•At least three dedicated post on EatLafayette’s social media channels throughout the year.

•The opportunity to participate in the Taste of EatLafayette & Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off, which launches the summer campaign in June.

•Special content, advertising, and PR opportunities from our media partners Townsquare Media and the Advocate.

Register

The cost of an annual EatLafayette membership with the above perks is $250. This is the same amount we have charged in years past for the summer campaign.

•Fill out the registration form by visiting www.EatLafayette.com/Registration. Please fill out the form as completely as possible as the info you provide will be displayed on EatLafayette.com.

•Once your registration form has been submitted you will be redirected to the payment page.

•Once your payment has been confirmed you will be notified via email with instructions on how to access EatLafayette's member portal where you can upload images and special events, as well as see how many views and clicks your listings receive throughout the year.If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to call Kaylie LeBlanc at (337) 769-3809 or email Kaylie@LafayetteTravel.com.

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