Have you ever wondered what restaurants do with food that has gone bad or has passed it's shelf life? Most places toss it away. Last Monday, 21-year-old barista Coulson Loptmann from a downtown Seattle Starbucks found a sandwich in the trash. He decided to eat the sandwich because he was starving. So what happened as a result of eating out of the trash? He got fired. It's also worth noting that Loptmann survives partly on food stamps.
The restaurant biz is super competitive, which is why standing out from every other place is a key compenent to success. Of course a good restaurant should have great food, but first impressions (aka the kind that happen before you even walk into an establishment) are often overlooked. This is where creative signs come into play.
We're all entitled to our own opinions, but food is arguably the best part of any holiday. See, eating our way through this sort of celebration is an automatic win-win-- we're happy, our stomach's are happy, everyone's happy.
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