Every restaurant wants to be packed every month of the year.
With the Holidays coming up, I want to make sure you have a plan in place to take full advantage of your guests going out to eat or ordering food from you in November and December – and how to get them back in January, too!
In my Mike’s Marketing Minutes Video Blog this week, I give you the Top 3 Holiday Marketing Promotions For Restaurants that I have worked on for thousands of clients over the past 13 years.
There is nothing worse then waiting until the last minute to come up with a marketing plan to make sure your restaurant is filled in the months of November, December, and January.
Have a plan in place before the Holidays get here. They’ll be upon us before you know it. Trying to come up with a Holiday Marketing Plan to maximize your sales at the last minute in a panic doesn’t work. Dig the well before you thirst and leverage your seat counts in December to pack your place in January.
Here are the Top 3 Promotions that we use with our clients for the Holidays:
- Early Holiday Booking Incentives before Thanksgiving (Free Dessert, Appetizer, Bonus Card)
- Gift Card Bonus Cards or Certificates with a short Expiry Date (2-8 weeks)
- And, The #1 Proven and Tested Restaurant Holiday Promotion that packs restaurants in the month of January… The No Peeking/Red Envelope Promotion!
All 3 of these promotions are time-sensitive and must be planned out now, not later, for your restaurant. The have all been proven to be successful to drive business in the months of November thru January.
Watch my video for further detail and explanation of all 3 of these money-making Holiday Promotions for restaurants.
Remember – Dig The Well BEFORE You Thirst!
P.S. To see the #1 Restaurant Promotion of All Time, go to the special webpage I set up for the No Peeking/Red Envelope Promotion that we do for thousands of restaurants in the month of December. Time is running out to take advantage of our Done For You Solution for this promotion. I would check it out today before you get busy with something else. Thanks for watching!