Paul Hamill, Assistant General Manager from Stoney River Legendary Steaks in Franklin, TN says one way they stay memorable for their customers is that they focus on having the highest quality food in the restaurant industry and their servers are professional and hospitable. They all work together as a team and putting the customer first. http://nashville.stoneyriver.com
Here are a few other simple ways restaurant owners can remain memorable long after the meal:
• Refrigerator magnets with attractive photos and a well-known quote about food; for example: "As long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all questions for the time being." -Franz Kafka
• Menu items named after local celebrities, sports figures, sites, etc. Be strategic and name items after well-known locals (especially those with large networks that will tell people about their menu item. Submit press releases for each new item name and be sure to take full advantage of free publicity on social media.
• Have monthly contests where winners win a free meal and articles of clothing with your logo proudly displayed. Ensure the article of clothing is attractive enough that winners will be excited to wear it.
Doing everything possible to remain memorable long after the meal will ensure a steady stream of paying hungry customers.
Music City has some amazing restaurants, with so many options it can be difficult to stand out and be memorable. Nashville restauranteurs are challenged by competition but using smart and creative tactics and strategies and then following up with top notch customer service and quality food can help them be remembered well after the meal.
About Kelli Zane
Nashville’s First Impression Expert, Kelli Z. is known for finding creative and memorable ways that convert her clients’ ideas into profit. Working with small to medium businesses, Kelli works closely with clients to translate their goals, branding, and mission into a solid first impression with a lasting message. A lifelong entrepreneur, Kelli fully understands the power that a memorable message can have on a business, it’s reputation and bottom line. She works with entrepreneurs that understand the power of promotional items and that business cards communicate much more than a simple email address or phone number. Kelli reminds her clients that they only get one chance to make a first impression and to make it count.
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