By Nick Fosberg   |   May 26, 2017

Most restaurant and bar industry experts will tell you that the customer experience is the number one thing you should focus on in your bar or restaurant business. However, when it comes to attracting new customers into your doors for the first time, the in house experience doesn’t mean anything at all if you can’t even get them in the door, right? 

In this episode I reveal the BIG secret I shared speaking from the stage at the 2017 National Restaurant Association show in Chicago that will triple the chances of turning new customers into loyal customers before the even step foot into your doors.

Watch The Video Below Or Listen Above! 

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • Why the in-house customer experience isn’t the most important thing you should be focusing on when it comes to getting new customers in your doors.
  • The “secret” strategy that is NOT taught in our industry, that can easily triple the results of adding another 25-50 loyal customers to your business who spend between $3,000 to $5,000 a year with you.
  • How to get new customers who’ve never step foot into your doors, to instantly WANT to do business with you.

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Here’s A Few Pictures Of My Weekend In Chicago Speaking At The BAR Show & Foodable.IO Show


Nick Fosberg

Nick Fosberg is known as one of the highest paid, marketing and promotional consultants in the bar & restaurant industry and he owns 2 bar / restaurants in the Chicagoland area. He's famous for creating some of the highest grossing digital marketing promotions in the history of the bar & restaurant business..... without spending a penny on marketing. All done through e-mail & Facebook posts. 

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