Eatery Pulse backs restaurant operators with Restaurant Resurgence Program
As reopenings take place, Eatery Pulse expands resources, solutions for restaurant operators
Washington, D.C. (June 4, 2020) Eatery Pulse Media will be providing support programs to restaurant operators during their post-pandemic phased reopenings both nationally and in Metropolitan Washington. Under its new Restaurant Resurgence™ Program, restaurants will benefit from a combination of resources, information and solutions.
Eatery Pulse will waive any 2020 subscription fees to its flagship magazines, Restaurant C-Suite and District Restaurant News, as it moves to its Plus Subscription Program this fall. Nationally and in Eatery Pulse’s “home turf,” subscribers and followers will not be charged to read or download resources and magazines from the Plus collection on the digital platform this year.
EPN Cafe, a learning and business improvement service, and arel7 restaurant consulting will spearhead the Restaurant Resurgence Program by providing margin- and growth-oriented tools for Metropolitan D.C. restaurateurs to manage the tough road ahead during business reopenings. When every penny counts, a plug-and-play suite of solutions will help restaurant operators succeed. In addition, arel7 will provide pro bono services to two restaurant owners in the DMV area**.
The arel7 profit optimization program provides high-caliber service that has helped restaurant operators analyze their expenses and food cost to improve their bottom line. At the same time, the program works with operators to develop and adopt a strategic marketing plan and access network marketing solutions, including loyalty marketing, email marketing and reputation management. For the typical $1M restaurant business, these solutions can each return $10K to $50K to restaurant clients.
Eatery Pulse Streem – the social media-based restaurant news service will continue to provide multimedia news updates, data-driven insights and best practices without charge. Currently, two new personalities will join Streem to support multimedia updates, while supporting our learning programs.
Swizzle Chill TV – Metropolitan Washington’s food, drink and lifestyle show continues to celebrate the D.C. area as one of the country’s top dining markets. Two new feature presentations will highlight restaurant owners and promote their businesses at no charge. Previously-featured restaurant operators have benefited from thousands of views in the DMV; these new programs make it easier to partner with the show to stand out among the crowd. More details will be announced within the next 30 days.
Resurgence Now – a new collaboration with area suppliers and distributors will help restaurant operators access tools, services and video promotion across Eatery Pulse information and services. Interested suppliers and distributors can contact email@example.com.
Restaurant operators looking to have an advantage during the post-pandemic business reopening can navigate to restaurantresurgence.com.
**Pro bono services are reserved for restaurants operating within the District of Columbia with 2019 revenues under $700K and offered by arel7 restaurant consulting. To apply, message us at firstname.lastname@example.org from your restaurant email. We will be announcing additional details.**
About Eatery Pulse Media
Based in the Washington, D.C. market, Eatery Pulse Media is a primary source of national restaurant industry news and content, providing information services, consulting, and a creative custom-content studio for business. As a multi-brand trade publisher, it delivers news content in multiple formats, including video-based updates. Eatery Pulse empowers foodservice professionals, business owners, and foodies to further engage and celebrate food and drink topics. Eatery Pulse operates EPN Cafe, the Eatery Pulse Network and arel7 consulting.
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