Terri Hitchcock
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  • Brampton, Ontario / Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Canada
  • Rewarding Feedback, Inc.
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An Interesting Marketing Idea for your Holiday Season
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Tami Kennedy Nov 2, 2009.

 

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Random Acts of Kindness

With all the buzz and excitement of day-to-day life, it's nice to hear about the good stuff in the industry. Share the "small things" that bring a smile to your face and renew your faith in those around you.
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Random Acts of Kindness

With all the buzz and excitement of day-to-day life, it's nice to hear about the good stuff in the industry. Share the "small things" that bring a smile to your face and renew your faith in those around you.
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Random Acts of Kindness

With all the buzz and excitement of day-to-day life, it's nice to hear about the good stuff in the industry. Share the "small things" that bring a smile to your face and renew your faith in those around you.
Mar 28, 2013

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David Reisinger commented on Terri Hitchcock's group Random Acts of Kindness
"Restaurant Owner Radio's interview with FohBoh's own CEO, Michael Atkinson!!! http://restaurantownerradio.businessradiox.com/2013/01/28/fohboh-ce... Join our FohBoh group: http://fohboh.com/group/restaraunt-owner-radio#ixzz2M2lWVLiP"
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With all the buzz and excitement of day-to-day life, it's nice to hear about the good stuff in the industry. Share the "small things" that bring a smile to your face and renew your faith in those around you.
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Random Acts of Kindness

With all the buzz and excitement of day-to-day life, it's nice to hear about the good stuff in the industry. Share the "small things" that bring a smile to your face and renew your faith in those around you.
Feb 22, 2013
Susan Perry commented on Terri Hitchcock's group Random Acts of Kindness
"Someone said the other day, I wish I could remember who to give them credit,  that "building good karma had nothing to do with religion but everything to do with random acts of kindness"."
Feb 21, 2013
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Feb 21, 2013

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CEO
Company
Rewarding Feedback, Inc.
Website
http://www.rewardingfeedback.net
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Terri's Biography

I can't cook. I've heard many people tell me over the years that "they don't cook" or "they're not great at cooking". I can't cook. I've even been asked by a fire department to stop trying - true story for another day.

So, my husband and I eat out, 3 meals a day, every day. As a very "regular" customer to the food service industry, I've had what feels like every possible service experience known - the good, the bad, the terrific and the scary.

It's as a customer that I came to understand that a restaurateur's greatest risk was in allowing some of their staff to interact with their customers...LOL. This of course makes an already tough business even tougher.

That's why I created Rewarding Feedback. It was led by the desire to provide on-site and corporate management access to the customer's opinion in real-time, while at the same time allowing management the opportunity to "fix the problem" while the customer relationship could still be saved. Just as importantly, the customer is always given an appropriate "thank you" for their time and efforts. Win-win.

The customer experience revolutionized.

Terri Hitchcock's Blog

Guests...the great mystery...

Rewarding Feedback is unofficially officially declaring January 29th - February 4th "Understand Your Guest Week"!



Do you have what it takes to TRULY know and understand your guest?



In the week of January 22, we're going to ask some tough questions. If you or your resources don't know the answers, your guest may be a bigger mystery than you'd like to admit.



To participate, send us a note at IAcceptYourChallenge@rewardingfeedback.net…

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Posted on January 19, 2012 at 6:46am

Saving your brand - One comma or spell check at a time

A good friend, Judit Halin, accomplished a personal goal this week that made my chest swell.



She's taken to the market to offer inspiring hope to "non-writers" in how not to embarrass one's self or more importantly, one's brand, with poor grammar, misleading sentences due to bad structure and other noteworthy mistakes we "non-writers" often make out in the real world.



Maybe her blog and other resources can assist you the next time you're ready to press send or attach a… Continue

Posted on February 10, 2010 at 11:47am

Hell Hath No Fury Like A Consumer Scorned

Last evening I stopped by a local burger hot spot for take-out for my better half. He was in withdrawal and needed a banquet burger something fierce.



The place of choice is in Brampton and is probably the single largest contributor to clogged arteries in the area and loved by most. Grease abounds and the burgers and buns are large enough to take a bullet through the top and the metal never make it through to the other side.



The format is cafeteria style, so I placed my… Continue

Posted on January 25, 2010 at 6:48am — 4 Comments

What do you have to lose but the illusion that you are in control of your customers?

An excellent question posed by John Sviokla in the Harvard Business Review today.



http://blogs.hbr.org/sviokla/2009/12/better_customer_service_throug.html



Transparency with the consumer is one of the biggest fears that our business has to overcome with the restaurant industry during the sales process. Not once have I heard a potential customer tell me that our process is wrong or that our software isn't right for the consumer or that it won't make the establishment a… Continue

Posted on December 22, 2009 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

Unsure what to give this holiday season? Give them a RAK!!!

Gang, a story like this makes my heart swell with pride. Taken from the Toronto Star newspaper this morning.

Happy Holidays. Join us in the Group "Random Acts of Kindness" for other stories: http://www.fohboh.com/group/randomactsofkindness

http://www.thestar.com/actsofkindness/article/741064--24-hours-of-kindness?bn=1

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 6:29am

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At 11:49am on January 7, 2011, Marcus Guiliano said…

Congratulations on joining FohBoh! This is a wonderfulonline restaurant community with lots of great postings. Enjoy the site andkeep active with pictures, comments and postings.

Chef Marcus Guiliano

At 10:07am on January 12, 2010, Peter Andromalos said…
Thanks for the warm welcome Terri.
At 5:26pm on January 4, 2010, Steve Nicolle said…
Where I am is not too bad so far. Not like some surrounding areas that got pounded the past week. But I am sure we will have our share before Spring. Yikes!
At 4:23pm on December 21, 2009,
Non-Operator
Heather King-Haas
said…
Thanks, Terri. Looking forward to following your blog., and feeding that "Good Wolf".
At 9:06am on December 19, 2009, John Hocking said…
Hi Terri,
Thank you for the connection and good luck to you.
At 6:03pm on December 18, 2009,
Non-Operator
Ron
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Thanks for the welcome....Ron
At 12:30am on December 13, 2009, Michelle Green said…
Thank you for the Welcome Terri! I'm enjoying the site very much and looking forward to learning as much as possible about it, as well as from it. Any pointers?

Michelle
At 11:39am on December 11, 2009, Stella Hernandez said…
Thank you Terri.
At 8:08am on December 9, 2009, Mike Cranbrook said…
Thank you. Looking forward to learning what this is all about.
At 7:53am on December 9, 2009, Ken Krall said…
Thanks Terri
 
 
 

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