Thirty Days. A Lifetime of Gratitude.
- September 7th, 2017
- By Steven Sparling
Cowbell opened its doors to the village of Blyth on August 5, to Friends & Family on August 6, and “to the world” as they say, on August 7. Thirty days and twenty-five thousand Guests later, this is a month we will long remember.
From the bottom of our hearts, "Thank You" for your support.
Truth is, even for we chronic optimists, the number of Guests and the number calls for reservations and event enquiries are an unexpected surprise.
We are so grateful for the kind words and enthusiastic response to the opening, the new beers, Cowbell gear, the locally-inspired menu, the spaces in and around the Grand Old Barn and in particular, our remarkable Team.
We especially appreciate the patience and cooperation of early-days Guests who endured unexpected wait times, software and technology issues - and the occasional drive-by, by Murphy’s best pal, Mayhem.
Your kindness noted, we work to exceed the expectations of our Guests in pursuit of the ruthlessly positive expectations against which we benchmark ourselves.
We are aspirational people and our clear, unwavering objective is to provide a safe, accessible and memorable experience for each Guest, every time. We continue to add resources and systems to ensure just that.
Cowbell is recruiting and repatriating young people and we are thrilled to be one part of the economic development story taking place in Huron County, now home to breweries, wineries, and a great cidery.
At Cowbell, we are just getting started and we invite your visit to our destination brewery in the country. Analysis tells us that over twenty-five million people live within a reasonable day’s drive from Blyth… and based on the last thirty days, we simply ask that you not all come at once. ;)
See you at the Cowbell Farm.