Restaurant Promotion Ideas #42 – Let others Promote your Restaurant with Car stickers

Using Car Stickers to Promote your Restaurant


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I noticed some unique car stickers on car windows from Starbucks and 7eleven. This got me thinking that it is a great advertising avenue for my restaurants. Cause cars are  moving around, so you got a free promotion billboard moving around your city. So if your sticker unique as well as eye catching, people notice your logo. Make sure you put your address on it. In cities, there is traffic jams and also massive parking lots.  So people will have time to take down your number or your website address.

Study your customer base if you want to hand out car stickers. If in a college or university area, the design have to be fun as well as trendy. In the event its a family oriented area, then its best come out with fun family phrases. Make your your phrase catchy as well as amusing. People will get the message and thereafter remember your restaurant. As our restaurant promotions was always changing, my sticker had a cooking pot plus the words ” Whats Cooking”.  At the bottom we also added our phone number and website for people to enquire whats cooking at our restaurant. If you have a signature dish, then feature it on the sticker.

Hand out stickers to your customers instead of business cards. Business cards end up in the trash cans or get lost with other business cards. If your window stickers are fun as well as hip, the customer will stick it on their window. You can also give out stickers to people passing by your restaurant.
Stickers are a  economical advertising and marketing tool with the highest exposure. Window stickers are not the only option, you can also create and give away bumper stickers.

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