Install our menu boards in your middle or high school dining rooms. After 6 months of use, if your á la carte sales have not increased enough to pay for the menu boards, we will:
Come to your school
Take the menu boards off your wall
Give you your money back
We guarantee increased profit. You can’t lose!
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Appetizing pizza picture on menu board over the serving line grabs student attention.
The Broward County School Nutrition Department wanted to change all their old High School serving lines to modern food courts. We were called in to design the graphics for their 9 serving lines at each high school.
Our artists created a colorful vivid graphic which clearly directs the students to the foods they want — and provide a uniform look for the new food courts in all schools.
We personalize each school’s menu board by using different color trim around the board with each school’s colors.
You can customize your menu board panels with many different layouts and arrangements.
Easy step-by-step ordering information for your menu boards:
Decide whether they are to be mounted on the wall or hung from the ceiling.
Think about the food items you would like to emphasize in your program.
Select the correct style of panel with menu strips and food pictures from the group
Choose the trim color for the outside of the menu board.
Choose the backup strip color to highlight your menu selections.
Choose your food pictures from our mouthwatering selection
Call us at (800) 330-7328 if you have any questions.
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Highlight your daily food specials with our NEW Magnetic Menu Board attached underneath the illuminated menu board
Preprinted menu item strips makes changing your daily menu specials easy
Breakfast program selections can be emphasized.
Add our new optional “mini tube light” around your menu boards to create a “theatre marquee” look.
6 little known techniques using menu boards to increase á la carte sales
Always use a luscious food picture of your menu items. You want to create a situation where kids point at the picture and say, “I want that!”
Never put too many serving size options on the board – use regular and large – to speed their choice.
List all your a la carte items in order of popularity, and group them by category to make selection easier (for instance, keep all drinks together and all desserts together).
Use colored backup strips to highlight your most popular offering, or to denote a special food selection
Use double high headers with colored strip and white letters to focus students’ eyes on your food groups.
Use the school cafeteria nickname in a large header strip to personalize the cafeteria.
BONUS TIP #7 – Remember idea #1- ALWAYS use delicious looking food pictures. This idea alone will raise your sales 7-10%.