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How pizza gets personal

Posted by Steve Sturges on Nov 10, 2014

So, Pizza Hut is the latest restaurant to throw their pie into the ring of reinvention.

The Oklahoma Joe's Rename Debacle - VI's Take on the Name Change (3 of 3)

Posted by Erica Rockenstein on Sep 18, 2014

Famous Kansas City BBQ restaurant Oklahoma Joe's is currently in the midst of a name change. Considering VI has offices in Kansas City and Oklahoma City (along with Colorado Springs), we wanted to put together a 3-part blog series on the different perspectives we had from our different locations.

"Smoldering Joe's" - VI's Take on the Oklahoma Joe's Name Change (2 of 3)

Posted by Tim Berney on Sep 18, 2014

Famous Kansas City BBQ restaurant Oklahoma Joe's is currently in the midst of a name change. Considering VI has offices in Kansas City and Oklahoma City (along with Colorado Springs), we wanted to put together a 3-part blog series on the different perspectives we had from our different locations.

From Oklahoma Joe's to Joe's Kansas City - VI's Take on the Name Change (1 of 3)

Posted by Nicole Turner on Sep 18, 2014

Famous Kansas City BBQ restaurant Oklahoma Joe's is currently in the midst of a name change. Considering VI has offices in Kansas City and Oklahoma City (along with Colorado Springs), we wanted to put together a 3-part blog series on the different perspectives we had from our different locations.

Keep Up With Consumer Habits During A Down Economy

Posted by Tim Berney on Aug 2, 2008

Every market condition provides opportunity. We’ve discussed, many times already, the obvious opportunity to increase your market share while your less informed competitor pulls way back on their marketing. But, some opportunities provide for increased revenue immediately.

Customer Satisfaction: The Best, The Worst, and What it Mans to Your Business

Posted by Tim Berney on Mar 27, 2008

You may recall from our November ’07 issue of Good Vibrations that we suggested that Braum’s could drastically improve their sales by merely providing better customer service. Here’s validation to that sentiment: