KickBack Rewards Systems to Be Featured at the National Restaurant Association Show

Restaurant operators and fast-food retailers looking to drive loyalty can learn all about KickBack’s innovative loyalty solutions by visiting the KickBack team at the National Restaurant (NRA) Show from May 17-20 in Chicago.

kickbacklogoThere has been a lot of activity by the government this past year around foodservice-related operational issues. Beyond staffing and regulatory issues, successful operations always have an eye on potential expansion opportunities. KickBack Rewards Systems will be at the National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show in Chicago in May to discuss some of the most exciting expansion opportunities yet for restaurant operators.

KickBack Rewards, an Idaho-based rewards and loyalty solutions provider, will share its industry-leading technology capabilities with the foodservice and hospitality industry. KickBack offers highly sophisticated loyalty programs and data analytics specifically for the restaurant industry. Both proprietary and KickBack-branded coalition programs are available for all restaurant operators.

Implementing a world-class loyalty solution can be the edge restaurant operators need to grow their business. Competition in the restaurant and hospitality industry is fierce. Many market segments are mature, meaning that the only new customers you get are those you get from other operations.

At the show, KickBack’s team of loyalty sales consultants will be on-hand to walk operators through the opportunities emerging today in rewards systems and loyalty marketing whether they are new to technology or an experienced marketer looking to convert an existing system.

“A lot of opportunities exist in bringing both mature and sophisticated technology regular used in retail to the restaurant industry,” said Patrick Lewis, CEO of KickBack Rewards Systems. “Getting a better understanding of customers’ purchasing habits, individual values and preferences will lead to competitive differentiation resulting in increased ticket averages, frequency and overall sales lift.”

For nearly a century, the NRA Show has brought together the best and brightest in the restaurant, foodservice and hospitality industry for four days of discovery, sourcing, networking and entertainment. The NRA Show draws more than 58,000 industry professionals from around the U.S. and more than 100 countries, all seeking or showcasing the newest innovations and up-to-the-minute information about trends and issues.

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