MINI GOLF, CERAMIC WORKSHOP AND CAFÉ IN A WONDERFUL COMBINATION
Fun Art – the new attraction of North Jutland
It was not in the cards for Kim Godiksen to be a café owner. As normally, a large part of his time is spent delivering toilet and crew wagons, security fences and much more to large events across the country. However, Kim Godiksen is an entrepreneur with a capital E. When he gets a good idea or when someone presents him with an awesome idea, there isn't a wide gap between words to deeds. He finds solutions to everything, and if there is a problem that the inventive man from North Jutland cannot solve, he finds the right people to solve it, and he is happy to use his network.
For example, when he and his friend, Jens Boelskifte, comes up with the idea to buy an old farm with a large outdoor area and turn it into the third biggest attraction in the region, surpassed only by the amusement and water park Fårup Sommerland and the arts and culture center Skulpturparken Blokhus.
LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT SUPPLIER
Top-notch service and quick responses
In parallel with the construction of a mini-golf and soccer golf course, the old farm also has to be restored, and a café and a pottery workshop has to be created. Thus, the two friends Jens and Kim is a bit at a loss, as interior design tasks are not exactly what they have dealt with the most at that time. Consequently, Kim asks around among friends, and a good friend from Aarhus, who is a restaurant owner, mentions Trademark Living as a company he definitely thinks Kim should look into.
"I took a trip to Trademark Living in Stilling and went for a walk in the large showroom, and I thought there were some really nice products. From there it happened in rapid succession. I saw that Trademark Living had a talent for decorating, and luckily, they were able to handle the entire interior design of the restaurant and pottery workshop. There has been nothing but top-notch service, and when I have had questions, they always replied quickly.”