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I would love to have you as a friend. I am always looking for new restaurant owners, managers, and staff to network with. Please comment on my blog or ask any questions that you might have. If you are considering a new POS systems please let me know. I would love to send you a demonstration of our software.
Hello from Canada! Great looking restaurant. I see you have a sign up form on your website for guests to recieve a newsletter but I would be interested to hear if you or any independent restaurants you know of in the UK actively use any kind of database marketing to promote their restaurants to existing customers. Programs like bounce back, referral programs, Birthday and Anniversary programs, or Buy You Dinner programs as both a way to say thanks for supporting your restaurant and as ways to actively find new customers.
Hello Mitul and welcome to FohBoh. We're glad you joined. I just took a look at your web site. I love the name of your restaurant and your menu. Wish you were closer. You never know though. I've traveled the world and I'm not done yet.
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