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Goode Brothers say they love that a new year encourages them to take stock and make new commitments to themselves and others, and with that in mind, they wanted to share one of their first resolutions for 2018 – to ban plastic straws from their businesses.
You may be surprised to hear that they used around 1.3 million straws in 2017, so it’s easy to see the immediate positive impact they can have on the environment by simply stopping their use of single-use plastic straws.
As of Monday 22 January 2018, if you see a straw in a drink, or if you’d like one yourself (just ask) you can rest assured its biodegradable only.
Cheers to 2018!
Goode Brothers are all about creating unforgettable experiences, bringing brands to life and delivering exceptional hospitality. From intimate engagement parties to Auckland’s largest public events, they’ve got the skills and knowledge to deliver exactly what you need. With 30 years cumulative experience leading New Zealand’s hospitality industry, you can trust that Goode Brothers will deliver you a truly exceptional function or event.
If you are thinking about having a function, Goode Brothers offer a ‘free of charge’ service, where they will help you find the perfect venue for your function, be it a birthday dinner for 10, a wedding for 120 or a corporate Christmas for 750.
Similarly, regarding events, Goode Brothers specialise in providing a multitude of services for your off-site event, from catering and liquor licensing, to staffing, beverage management and operations, and as they say, no project is too big or too small.
Goode Brothers are part of Barworks, which has become Auckland’s largest hospitality company, operating 22 venues Auckland wide. All 870 Barworks staff are continuously trained in global best practise, providing exceptional service 365 days a year. Barworks believes in people and everything they do is about bringing people together in meaningful and memorable ways. Serving thousands of customers every week, it’s safe to say Barworks knows what Aucklanders want.