I am sending you this email, inviting you, your entire staff and all of your loyal customers to YouGottaMenu.com. This website was developed our team of Food Industry veterans, to bridge the gap between the customer and the Industry. The concept of this website was to offer a NATIONWIDE social community of folks that love to EAT, and give them a very intimate avenue to become familiar with food establishments!! Our vision is to attract CUSTOMERS to our website with informative web pages filled with pictures and history. The customers will also be able to discuss real OPINIONS and ISSUES in a blog or Discussion format. I guess you could say we would love to give "Mrs. Borkinski in Denver" the opportunity to read the featured article about the B. Smith restaurants and aspire her to make plans to visit 1 of your establishments on her next trip near your town.
I would like to setup a sample page for your viewing. I would be honored if you could visit our site and look over the content and get somewhat of a feel for our website. Please contact me with any suggestions, critiques or comments.
Thanks for your time, and I look forward to seeing you in the Community!!
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