Yes it certainly is a very friendly group. Thank you also for your warm welcome. I joined FohBoh because I am very interested in connecting with the restaurant community to explore and learn how/if Voice of the Customer (VOC) systems are being used. I'd like to hear about the successes (or not) and general attitudes towards VOC. We have 13 chain HQs here in Denver and I believe that VOC could be a very effective vehicle to increase customer retention.
Marcus. really appreciate the welcome. I serve the restaurant community with wine cellar design, wine racking, climate controll and cellar entry. I will post the pictures of completed projects and comments for everyone in the future
Marcus Good Morning,
Thank you for the welcome. If there is anything that I can do to help you or if you just want to bounce ideas off of someone please just call me.
Thanks for the welcome.I like being part of the social media community and is committed to do the optimization part for bringing the best out of it. Will definitely love to get new ideas and feedback from you on how to do social media marketing for restaurant industry.
Hey Marcus, thank you so much for your kind words! I love that you're starting a social media consulting business; that is fantastic. Part of my business is helping FOH staff portraying their expertise and connecting with potential guests via social methods so please let me know if there is anything that I can help you with! Thank you and keep in touch.
thank you for the welcome message and the introduction. I also love beer and wine and though I want to have wine made from the heart with passion...I hate to tell you, my beer of choice is good old Miller Lite...sorry to offend! haha
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