The QSR World is Abuzz With Excitement Over Fazoli’s New Loyalty Program & Ordering App
Have you heard? Fazoli’s recently launched our first-ever online ordering app, equipped with a loyalty program to boot — and the quick-service restaurant world is all over it!
The decision to roll out both online ordering capabilities and a loyalty program was a no-brainer. We are constantly looking for ways to enhance the guest experience, offering a solution to make ordering more convenient while also rewarding our loyal fans was the perfect solution. And based on the outpouring of support we’ve gotten from the QSR industry, it seems like we weren’t the only ones who thought so!
In fact, features of our latest initiatives can be found in a ton of leading industry publications and digital newsletters, including:
- Fast Casual
- Lexington Herald
- Modern Restaurant Management
- Money Focus
- NRA Restaurant SmartBrief
- QSR Magazine
- Restaurant Business
- Restaurant News
- Restaurant News Release
- Restaurant Magazine
What does this mean for Fazoli's?
Since the app has gone live, Fazoli's has seen a customer participation growth rate of 20% each week, with a conversion rate of nearly 60% usage. Launching this app-based loyalty program affords us the opportunity to personalize offers and engage more meaningfully with loyal guests across multiple markets.
But that’s not all! We even have plans in place to take it even further, adding additional functionality that will allow guests to purchase and share gift cards, among other things.
Check out the full press release on PR Newswire and learn how you can link up with one of the most distinguished and highly regarded fast casual faces in the foodservice industry! Contact Sam Nelson at 1-800-446-4368 to discuss Fazoli’s franchise opportunities or fill out our information request form online.
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