There are two reasons October is screamingly busy for pizza joints. The first reason is October houses the Halloween holiday which, really, should be a holi-month in my opinion. The second reason is that October is National Pizza Month. You may have heard the stories about running out of serving trays or making a delivery and the pizza’s cold. If you’ve got a pizza shop and have ever operated on Halloween, you’ve probably gotten some first-hand experience. But in case you’re new to the business or have simply been lucky enough to avoid the horrors thus far, here are 5 pizza shop horror stories and how to avoid them this Halloween.
Let’s set the scene: It’s Halloween night, and your bar is packed with costume-clad consumers looking to have a scary good time. “Monster Mash” is blasting through the speakers, and drinks are poured and served faster than Dracula can morph in to a bat. All the pieces are in place for a profitable and productive night for your business, as long as (knock on wood) your customers keep feeling that Halloween vibe. As one of the busiest bar nights of the year, it’s up to you to keep your customers’ tabs open instead of closed and looking for a new bar. How do you do it? Read on to find out.
On the outside, starting a home catering business seems like the best idea since sliced bread. You'd save money by working in your own comfortable, familiar space and do what you love day in and day out. But before you dive headfirst into your own business, there are many factors you should consider before making the decision to base your catering company from your home. Home-based caterers face difficult obstacles that other caterer’s can easily overcome. Along with limited space, equipment, meeting health codes and regulations, home caterers looking legitimate enough to compete with other caterers who have their own commercial kitchens or store fronts.
The holiday season is a busy time for caterers, and Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. Whether catering an office party or a large family, it is important that every aspect of the event goes off without any ruffled feathers.
Pizza and Halloween go together like zombies and their insatiable need for brains. Since Halloween is just around the corner, it’s a good idea to make sure your pizza business is ready for the influx or horror-flick-induced hunger. That’s why we’ve created the Halloween movie guide to pizza supplies so you know exactly what you need to make it through Devil’s night in one piece. Pizza Supplies to Keep the Ghouls at Bay Dough Docker: ...