"Restaurants can dramatically increase their customer base while being a hero in their communities"
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) August 09, 2016
Restaurant Raise, a unique new fundraising hub for restaurant owners who wish to attract large charity events, has confirmed that its platform has made 3-month trial memberships available for just $1. A restaurant using the service reported a 30% increase in bookings in July 2016 compared to the same month last year.
Founded by multi-award winning restaurateur, Ryan Gougeon, the company is so confident in its roll out for the charity party booking website that it is allowing restaurant owners to test-drive the platform for 3 months for just a buck by using the special code, “3FREE.”
“Restaurant Raise is giving restaurant owners the ability to truly get involved in a meaningful way within local communities,” expressed Ryan Gougeon, the founder of Restaurant Raise. “Everybody wins with Restaurant Raise as not only do restaurants receive many more bookings for larger parties but we also give them the opportunity to expand their existing customer base while giving back to charitable causes.”
The Founder of the subscription-based service is also the Owner of the James Joyce Irish pub and eatery in Ybor City, Florida, which has won the Tampa Bay Times Ultimate Bar Award for the past six years in a row. Ryan Gougeon developed the Restaurant Raise portal as a way to give back to his community while allowing fellow restauranteurs the opportunity to grow their businesses.
From its headquarters in Tampa, Florida, Restaurant Raise and its strong team also provide valuable in-house marketing materials for restaurants to make customers aware of the fundraising service. “The first thing we do is send a new restaurant our free marketing package complete with flyers, posters, and our branded drop box” says Gougeon.
How it works: Restaurant raise is a party booking platform that is subscription based. Restaurants pay a monthly fee and get their own branded portal that allows them to change, modify, and accept parties, and even track sales and payouts. When a customer books a charity event, the restaurant typically gives back 15%-20% of sales from the party to the charity of their choice. Restaurants can dramatically increase their customer base while being a hero in their communities. In addition, days that are typically slow are all of a sudden busy, due to the large parties that are booked.
It is easy to book your party today to help great causes and to share your event via Social Media. Visit our website: http://www.restaurantraise.com/
Ryan Gougeon, Founder, Restaurant Raise.