There's a small diner near my office (in the northeast) that is loaded with people with cash, that are 60+. The county is the wealthiest in the state and a couple of the towns around it are always in the top 10 or 20 wealthiest in the country.
Anyway, I go there a couple of times a week with my kids at lunch and am getting to casually know some of the people, the manager and the owner of the place. Admittedly it's usually as a result of them talking to my kids or vice versa. But, I'm trying to figure out the best way to use it to pull in clients.
Maybe I should just keep going and let things unfold naturally, to not scare people off, but that might just yield a few friends and zero clients.
I don't want to do something like ask the owner if he'll let me have a seminar and invite the patrons, as they probably ban me from the place. There's a pretty famous person that frequents the place and the locals are protective of him, asking questions about when he comes is always is greeted with skepticism and flags an outsider.