said 10 months ago:
Multiple pages is the best option, and absolutely makes sense for people in each individual area.
North Social makes a “Partner Pages” app that can be used on the primary page. The partner pages app will display all of the related Facebook pages that are under the same group. This will help people who are in the wrong location/page figure out where they should be. I haven’t used it, but I’ve wanted to for a few clients.
I’m having the same issue as you are, but with a local Yogurt shopt client that I work with. The owner of the yogurt shop is a 75 year old business owner, and his yogurt shop has now reached 3 locations, with plans to expand to 5-6 in the next year.
We’ve discussed adding on facebook pages for each location, but he doesn’t believe in it (nor does his wallet). We’re having trouble with the Facebook check-in’s obviously, since you can only have one address per Facebook page.
We’ve offered him a discount on Facebook Management and tiered pricing per page as his business grows and expands.
It’s been an issue, but I think we’ve figured it out