Are you looking for ways to give your restaurant marketing a boost? Whether you run a franchised restaurant, a friendly cafe or a local eatery, marketing is a vital part of bringing in new customers and encouraging others to return. If you feel that your current marketing strategy is growing a little stale, it’s probably time to add some fresh ingredients. Here are several ideas to help you get started. 1. Use Social Media for Promotions Social media is not only a
ChefZone made cover of the November issue of Hawaii Hospitality, a magazine which covers the Hawaii Hotel & Lodging Association and Hawaii Restaurant Association. The article features our General Manager and Chef and a number of great photos! A mecca for food shoppers: ChefZone in-waiting. The article titled “Entering the ChefZone” discusses Y.Hata’s unveiling of its one-stop melting pot for business and culinary concepts. Hawaii Hospitality Magazine features ChefZone Reference: http://www.hawaiihospitalityonline.com/
Register for your FREE membership to enter a chance to win $100 store credit!A randomly selected winner name will be pulled each month until Grand Opening in November. Here’s how to enter: Complete and submit your membership application. Every month we’ll pick a new winner from our membership, so the earlier you enter, the better chance you’ll have of winning! Winners will be announced on the ChefZone page so be sure to check back regularly!
ChefZone’s core value of “Live Aloha, Give Aloha!” includes supporting local businesses. It is our goal to help “Food Sustainability” in Hawaii. The Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation (HAF) will launch Localicious Hawai‘i from March 1 – 31, 2014 for the first annual statewide campaign to raise funds for agricultural education by teaming up with local restaurants that are committed to buying local. More than 65 restaurants will support the campaign by asking patrons to order a Localicious dish which will be made