How Free Transport to your Restaurant will help increase your Revenue
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The resort that I am presently attached to, just purchased a mini bus. To transport their guest as well as employees to and fro the resort. Of which I felt could also benefit my restaurants too. So I came out with a special package Specially for Corporate Companies to dine in my restaurants. Besides Menus and Beverages, we also provided transportation from their office to the resort. This is for a group between 20 to 35 person, we will pick them up from their company or office in our bus. As well as send them back to their office. We plan to do this during the lunch period, which is generally very slow for us. So this will bring some incremental revenue to us. Since the bus is equipped with a karaoke system we let the group use it. Just to pass the time away and let them to have some fun. We also served refreshments on the bus. This is to give the guest customer a VIP feel. By doing this we managed to capture some business from companies that were quite a distance away, on days that is normally slow.
There was a small resort in a popular hilltop destination in Malaysia, whose owner owned a stretched limo. Like any other resort destination, business was seasonal. There were days when the resort was really quiet. So what he did was create a package for a group of 6 persons. This package included 3 rooms, daily breakfast as well as daily dinner. The catch to the package was that you will be driven to the resort in a|inside a stretched limo. With that he managed to get some business and also publicity as there were very few stretched limo in my country.
So if you don’t have any transportation, work with a local transportation company. I am sure they will be willing to join it. They will also be slow on weekdays. Its will be a WIN WIN situation.
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