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"A Stimulus Package for Restaurants? About Time!" Says Marketing Expert

Show "This" to The Owner of Your Favorite Solo Dining Restaurant (or ones you "wish" were favorites)!!!

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News Release for 150-Plus Tips on How to Attract & Keep Solo Diners, 2nd Edition


Date: September 1, 2012
For Immediate Release

CONTACT: Marya Charles Alexander at 1-800-299-1079
Outside the United States: (Your Country Calling Code) + 1 + 760-720-1011 or editor@solodining.com

Note to Editor/Journalist: To view the table of contents for this publication, click Contents. To view sample pages of this publication, click Tips. To view a selection of highlights, click Important. To view restaurateurs' comments, click Commentary.

Also please visit the Press Room at SoloDining.com to see our Fact Sheet and Backgrounder Sheet. The latter will tell you more about Marya Charles Alexander, the author of this publication.


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"A Stimulus Package for Restaurants? About Time!" Says Marketing Expert


Weary of discounting and price-cutting? Restaurateurs rejoice! It's time to get back to doing what you do best - cultivating potential customers! (People can cook just so many meals at home even great ones! before they long to get out and about for something more.)

150-PLUS TIPS ON HOW TO ATTRACT AND KEEP SOLO DINERS, 2nd Edition is now available to help you take aim at a long-neglected hungry market.

This market is HUGE! Solo diners include singles, business and pleasure travelers, very-marrieds whose spouses are out-of -town, divorced, widowed and MORE: Sooner or later EVERYONE faces the challenge of eating alone.

Updated, expanded and enriched with commentary from the internet, 150-PLUS TIPS, has been written with busy restaurateurs in mind. View any section or devour the entire booklet for fresh insight into attracting and keeping solos as repeat customers alone or accompanied by friends or colleagues

Sections include: Solo Savvy in General "Seating" to "greeting" suggestions; Communal Table Logistics What you need to know to attract solos (and couples) to communal table dining; Counter/Bar Logistics Mirrors & serpentine bars can they work for you? plus a special Q & A on working with the media. These are tools emphasis: low or no-cost to put into play today!

Author Marya Charles Alexander believes that restaurateurs are ready to sink their teeth into cultivating markets rather than cutting prices. "An untapped market is a terrible waste especially during economically-challenged times."

The 49 page 150-Plus Tips On How to Attract & Keep Solo Diners, 2nd Edition (1st published in 1996) is now available as a PDF file for $19.95.

See sample pages for FREE. They are located at http://www.solodining.com/samplepgs.html

You can order online by going to
http://www.solodining.com/150-plus-tips.html
.
Major credit cards are accepted through PayPal.

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News Release for 150-Plus Tips on How to Attract & Keep Solo Diners, 2nd Edition


Date: September 1, 2012
For Immediate Release

CONTACT: Marya Charles Alexander at 1-800-299-1079
Outside the United States: (Your Country Calling Code) + 1 + 760-720-1011 or editor@solodining.com

Note to Editor/Journalist: To view the table of contents for this publication, click Contents. To view sample pages of this publication, click Tips. To view a selection of highlights, click Important. To view restaurateurs' comments, click Commentary.

Also please visit the Press Room at SoloDining.com to see our Fact Sheet and Backgrounder Sheet. The latter will tell you more about Marya Charles Alexander, the author of this publication.


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Show "This" to The Owner of Your Favorite Restaurant (or ones you "wish" were favorites)!!!


Weary of wishing that more restaurants were solo diner-friendly? Solo diners/wannabe solo diners rejoice! It's time to alert your favorites and more to what you hope for, pray for, and expect when you walk into a restaurant alone. Why should restaurants care? Merely millions of reasons. Read on.

150-PLUS TIPS ON HOW TO ATTRACT AND KEEP SOLO DINERS, 2nd Edition is now available to help them cultivate a long-neglected hungry market YOU!

In these tough economic times, you, in combination with others, make up numbers too vast to resist! Solo diners include singles, business and pleasure travelers, very-marrieds whose spouses are out-of-town, divorced, widowed and MORE: Sooner or later EVERYONE faces the challenge of eating alone.

Updated, expanded and enriched with commentary from the internet, 150-PLUS TIPS has been written with busy restaurateurs in mind. They can view any section or devour the entire booklet for fresh insight into attracting and keeping you as a repeat customer alone or accompanied by friends or colleagues.

Sections include: Solo Savvy in General "Seating" to "greeting" suggestions; Communal Table Logistics What restaurants need to know to attract solos (and couples) to communal table dining; Counter/Bar Logistics Mirrors & serpentine bars why they please you plus a special Q & A on working with the media. These are tools emphasis: low or no-cost they can put into play today!

Author Marya Charles Alexander believes that solo diners are ready to claim a "place at the table" individual, communal or???" and that restaurants are ready to welcome them. "An untapped market is a terrible waste especially during economically-challenged times."

The 49 page 150-Plus Tips On How to Attract & Keep Solo Diners, 2nd Edition (1st published in 1996) is now available as a PDF file for $19.95.

See sample pages for FREE. They are located at http://www.solodining.com/samplepgs.html

You can order online by going to
http://www.solodining.com/150-plus-tips.html
.
Major credit cards are accepted through PayPal.

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