3 Ways To Make Your Sandwich Shop More Convenient And Appealing To Customers

Are you looking for new methods of making your sandwich shop more appealing and convenient for customers, so they'll keep coming back? Here are a few things you can do to attract new customers and keep your current ones happy:

Create a Pre-Order System

Make grabbing lunch at your sandwich shop convenient and time-efficient for your customers by offering a pre-order system for a few hours in the middle of each day. Invest in a dedicated phone number for the system and have an employee answer the phone to take orders during your specified pre-order hours. The orders should be placed in the queue along with all of the other orders, then put in a cooler or warmer until they're picked up. Customers can call in to place their sandwich orders while still at home, work, or on the road, and then pick them up a few minutes later without having to wait in the dining room for their orders to be made.

Offer a "Build-Your-Own" Option

You can easily set yourself apart from the competition by creating a custom sandwich menu that features unique embellishments and toppings. However, it's a good idea to make sure that every customer who walks through your doors can order something they enjoy whether or not it's on the menu by offering a "build-your-own" sandwich option. Allow customers to choose from two or three types of bread, meats, and a variety of toppings so they can make their own custom creations, and it's likely that you will fill your tables up with large groups of people because you'll be able to meet all of their unique needs.  

Sealcoat Your Parking Lot

Sealcoating the parking lot's asphalt is an excellent way to preserve its life and give it an updated look that your customers will appreciate when driving up to order a sandwich. Sealcoating will cover visual inconsistencies and degraded surface areas while providing protection from sun oxidation as time goes on. The smooth surface of your newly seal coated parking lot will also be easy on customers' tires and suspension systems. Schedule a professional sealcoating project to begin on the morning of a day you'll be closed so it doesn't interfere with customer access—this should also give the sealcoating enough time to fully dry before people start driving on it again.

Implementing these techniques should make it easy to stay ahead of your competition and attract new customers as time goes on. Your current customers are sure to want to keep coming back for more too!


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