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BUZZTIME DEMONSTRATES NEW CUSTOMIZABLE GAME SCREENS AT NATIONAL RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION (NRA) TRADE SHOW IN CHICAGO
Buzztime (Amex: NTN), a multi-point social interactive entertainment company, announces the addition of customizable screens to its popular interactive game network. Buzztime will demonstrate the new technology at the 2008 National Restaurant Association trade show in Chicago May 17-20 (booth #431). Buzztime-subscribing bars and restaurants can now display their own customized advertising and promotions on their wide-screens TVs, presented alongside Buzztime's fun and engaging trivia, sports, and casino-style games.
"Buzztime is providing a single solution combining entertainment, branding and sales messages to help restaurant and bar owners increase revenues. It is truly ground breaking for the hospitality marketplace and timely given today's economy," says CEO Dario Santana. "With this enhancement, venues have complete and immediate control of their promotional messages, which are positioned alongside our interactive and engaging games. By bundling bar and restaurant-themed advertising with our games, customers are more focused on the messages."
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Hospitality Social showed off The Matrix at the National Restaurant Association Show by creating a 70 iPad video wall using the app. It works on as many iPads as you have and it allows you to share the animations created with your friends' iPads via email, wifi, or bluetooth. This is not simple video splitting but live editable animation running without any cables or external processing. Just create an animation right within the app and send it out to any other iPads also running The Matrix.
The National Restaurant Association's Hudson Riehle summarizes the 2011 Restaurant Industry Forecast, trends that will shape the restaurant industry this year. More info at *******www.restaurant****/forecast.
This video will show you how to locate a ServSafe proctor to administer the ServSafe Food Protection Manager exam. A proctor is only needed is you plan on taking the manager certification exam. You do not need a proctor to complete the basic Food Handler exam.
ServSafe is a registered trademark of the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF).
At the National Restaurant Association show, we caught up with AMB Eco to learn all about the impact hydroponic gardening is making on the restaurant industry.
You know I love knives. So when I saw a big display of them at the National Restaurant Association show, I had to find out more. The Friedrich Dick company of Germany had a range of knife sharpening options depending on the kind of knife and quality of the steel. Harder steel requires a much more serious sharpening! You can get a great one from them that will do a good job on your kitchen knives for about $80 at Amazon.
According to the National Restaurant Association’s 2014 Restaurant Industry Forecast, nine in 10 consumers say they enjoy going to restaurants and three out of four say dining out is a better use of their time than cooking and cleaning up.