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Larosas OOR

Larosas OOR

Larosas

Larosas is a Tastemaker Award-winning blog that focuses on craft beer and the food it pairs well with based in Tampa, Florida. Focusing on beer and food is one of those areas of content marketing that is particularly amenable to social media marketing – which is what I find most interesting about this niche space. Join us as we share our thoughts on the craft beer world, drink great beer and connect with new, exciting people.

Family

LaRosa’s is a family-style pizzeria serving over 40 menu items for dine in, carry out, or delivery. For over 65 years, we’ve demonstrated consistent performance and proven guest appeal. Our full service concept features a traditional dining room as well as a bar and party area. Our Guest Service Center is entirely focused on guests’ needs, getting pickup and delivery orders right- the first time. And our customer relationship management technology helps ensure guest loyalty. Our over 65 outlets serve real Italian flavor from real family recipes.

Gift cards make it so easy! Any time is the right time to share your love for LaRosa's with friends, family, and co-workers. You can make everyone happy when you buy a LaRosa's Gift Card. There are several ways to share and enjoy the more than 40 family recipes and Italian favorites on our menu. Grab one at your local family pizzeria or shop for one online. It's your choice! (Source: www.larosas.com)

New

LaRosa's pizzeria opened its doors in 1954 after founder Buddy La Rosa discovered that people liked his Aunt Dina's pizza recipe. The chain, a $123 million a year corporation with 58 pizzerias, grew by leaps and bounds in the late 70s and 80s. To keep its competitive edge over the rest of the technological marketing within the industry, LaRosa's sought out a new marketing strategy; one that would serve two functions: maintain LaRosa's dominance in the Cincinnati market, and bring the business closer to its customers. The solution was Internet marketing.

In the decade that followed the launch of one number, LaRosa's sales more than doubled. And its customers loved the ordering experience. But in time, consumers would begin to embrace a new technology-the Internet. LaRosa's saw this as another great opportunity to build its business. As Chris Baggot, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Internet software developer ExactTarget (www.exacttarget.com), puts it, "Online ordering is a heck of a lot cheaper than talking to people on the phone, but the biggest problem is getting people to use it." (Source: www.pmq.com)

Year

It’s March 16th, 2020, and as we’re all in Coronavirus HELL, I just received an email from LaRosa’s about how to go about ordering from them since their dining rooms are now closed until further notice. Anyways, I was like, “that’s weird, why don’t I have their app on my phone”, then as soon as I tried logging in over and over, I remembered why I deleted it awhile back! For such a fabulous restaurant and a staple in the Cincinnati community, it’s mind-boggling how they can have such a terrible app! With 99% of the population out searching for toilet paper, you’d think LaRosa’s would like to feed these nutjobs and make some cash! But more than likely they can’t login to place their order!! Oh...and it might help if the app would get an update more frequently than every two years!! s

LaRosa's pizzeria opened its doors in 1954 after founder Buddy La Rosa discovered that people liked his Aunt Dina's pizza recipe. The chain, a $123 million a year corporation with 58 pizzerias, grew by leaps and bounds in the late 70s and 80s. To keep its competitive edge over the rest of the technological marketing within the industry, LaRosa's sought out a new marketing strategy; one that would serve two functions: maintain LaRosa's dominance in the Cincinnati market, and bring the business closer to its customers. The solution was Internet marketing. (Source: www.pmq.com)

 

 

 

 

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