Competition for diners’ dollars is fierce, especially during a down economy. To successfully win customers and build business during this critical time, you’ve got to provide more than a delicious meal and service with a smile. You’ve got to connect with your guests on a personal level. You’ve got to capture their contact information, consistently and accurately, and keep a clear record of their personal preferences. Most importantly, you need to use the valuable information you gather every ...
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