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Big Brands & Businesses Are Listening to Millennial ‘Likes’

There’s a new world on the street and savvy business leaders and marketers are paying attention to what the young generation likes and how it behaves.   Specifically, the focus is on millennials, who at 18-31 years of age are considered today’s generation. This age cohort is dictating how the business world must change its 

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Serving Wine with Pizza Offers New Opportunities

Beer and pizza are the natural pairing served in pizzerias throughout the world. With the growing popularity of craft beers, there are even more reasons to enjoy a cold brew with any variety of pizza. But beer isn’t the only pizza-friendly drink option. For those who aren’t leveraging creative vino options as a revenue stream, it might be time to consider expanding your wine program. With the U.S. now the …



How Texting Can Make Communicating with Restaurant Staff Easier

When communication between those that manage your restaurant and your staff is difficult, texting can make communication more effective. SMS is a great way to schedule employees, remind staff about upcoming training, and share useful information. When you can reach your staff using a mobile device, you can get response in minutes instead of having 

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Slices for a Sweet Tooth

One of the reasons why pizza is America’s no. 1 comfort food is the sheer variety available – it’s the ultimate personalization food as the various toppings offer multiple choices starting with spicy pepperoni, crispy ham, juicy pineapple, and even… marshmallows? Yes, even marshmallows. Dessert pizzas have risen in popularity in recent years, garnering quite the following on many pizzeria social media pages. Social media allows chefs to get creative …



Safety First for Restaurant Delivery Drivers

Spring is in the air. Winter driving hazards have melted away, but the roads may be more dangerous as cars are free to speed along in clear conditions. With more than 80 percent of pizzerias offering delivery, it’s an ideal time to review safe delivery practices with drivers. There are also precautions drivers should take when carrying the food orders to homes, apartments or hotels. The following are a few …



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