When advertising a catering business, you want to do everything possible to make your company standout, and be a little different. You need to find ways to be the leader or the most experienced in your particular catering niche. You should include as much information as possible about your business, to help your prospects and potential customers make informed and positive decisions to use your company.
Testimonials, either written, audio, or video are the best way to attract new sales. Word of mouth is also a great way to promote your business. You need to serve excellent food and give great service, at a reasonable price to maximize word of mouth advertising.
Here is a checklist of items that you should consider and include when making a catering coupon offer.
_ Type of cuisine
_ What types of themes do you recommend
_ What does your service consist of and number of people
_ Venues you are connected with
_ List of services you provide in addition to food
_ What type of events do you handle
_ Do you provide drop off food service
_ Do you cater small parties at home or in a business setting
_ Do you provide specialty catering, desserts, hot dogs, wedding cakes
_ Do you have a personal chef who will cook the meal
_ What are your hours of operation
_ What are your payment terms
_ Do you give discounts or package prices
_ How much notice do you need to serve food
_ How long have you been in business
_ Have you won any awards
_ Are you a member of special organizations
_ Have you been cited as a leader in your field by local media
_ What is your specialty
This checklist should help you design, create and publish outstanding coupon offers that will delight your prospects, give them confidence in your abilities, and help produce additional sales through coupon distribution and redemption.
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