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Little Pop's NY Pizzeria

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Summary The swi actions taken by Little Pops in response to the Covid-19 pandemic has not only allowed the restaurant to survive, but to thrive in ways not possible before. By rapidly changing the business model, Mike and Vicki and the entire Little Pops team were able to grow sales, gain new customers, build brand loyalty and strengthen a following that will pay dividends long aer the pandemic has passed. Always active in the community, Mike and Vicki launched a Front Line Heroes program to provide first responders and health care workers with food during this time of need. With help from suppliers and customers, Little Pops accepts donations to provide pizzas through the program. "Everyone wants to participate and be part of something," adds Mike. "I had one person donate $500 for pizzas. She said when that runs out, she's happy to donate more!" HungerRush helps restaurants compete in the toughest business on earth. Options are abundant. Loyalty is hard to get. And preferences are changing fast. Our integrated restaurant management system helps you master operational efficiency, create awesome guest experiences with ease, and squeeze customer data for every last drop of insight. All so you can focus on doing what you love: serving great food. Request a demo © June 2020 HungerRush, LLC. All rights reserved. HungerRush, HungerRush logo, HungerRush product and technology names are trademarks or registered trademarks of HungerRush, LLC. Other product names and logos referenced herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Case Study

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