As a community business you are used to working as a team and everyone involved in the development and running of your business has a piece of the story to share.
Rope in as many people from your organisation as you can to be hosts for a day, or find out how else they would like to be involved.
When attracting and inviting your audience think broadly. Your community will be full of buried treasure, people who have useful skills they could volunteer, people who could be part of your leadership team, not to mention becoming valued customers for your products and services.
Don’t forget those people who can help you through their personal and professional connections such as local government, private businesses and funders. This is your chance to remind them how important and brilliant your community business is, and that it is on their doorsteps.