Plan for the BIG days – Part 3
By David Scott Peters
Restaurant Tip of the Week
Know when Friday isn’t Friday anymore
One of the easiest things to overlook is when planning for the BIG days is noting which day the event fell. If it was a Friday, it might have been bigger or smaller depending on your customer base. For example, business lunch and happy hour will be bigger on a Thursday holiday, but dead when the holiday falls on a Friday because everyone takes off work. In addition, this may create a scenario where the other days of the week adjust as well — often mirroring slower days. If you’re not prepared for this swap in business and day of the week, you may not have enough people scheduled for one day and too many for another. Both situations can hurt your business. Know when the day your BIG day falls on impacts your business.
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