Testing, testing… is this thing on?
Attention fellow marketers, food-lovers, restaurateurs –heck, even business owners! Center Cut Marketing is here and we have A LOT to say. Whether it be the latest social trends, our new go-to coffee order, or marketing tidbits we have gathered along the way, we are ecstatic to be able to share with you a taste of our day-to-day!
With years of operational experience came a stunning realization that in the hectic environment of the restaurant industry there is a dire need for marketing; more often than not, we found that owners were lacking the marketing help that’s needed. Taking to our IdeaPaint™ walls, brainstorm sessions and marketing strategies (fueled by bottomless cups of coffee) cooked up the idea to create our own agency doing what we love. So, where did the name Center Cut Marketing come from? That’s easy. As established foodies, we know the center cut of any meat is uniformly consistent and delicious. And as a new agency, our goal is to deliver marketing services that are fresh, consistent, and tasty each and every time. Get it? Center Cut??
A little bit about us….. Would you swipe right?
CENTER CUT MARKETING’S PROFILE
Age: Our boutique Boston Marketing agency is fresh out of the oven, only two years old!
Education: With 30+ combined years of experience in the restaurant industry, the true lessons learned were those from our educators in the front and back of the house!
Interests: Finding new restaurants and dishes to try, talking about Game of Thrones, geeking out on the latest marketing initiatives…
Job: Eating, marketing, online reputation management, eating some more, digital design, content creation, providing concierge services to our hero tour operators, finding new restaurants and dishes to try…
Core Value: Contrary to popular social norms, we’re cool with playing with our food.
Go-to pick-up line: “Now what’s on the menu? Me-n-u. ”
Dream date: We fly somewhere otherworldly for authentic cuisine, eat copious amounts of food, and our date doesn’t judge us for not letting them eat before we take a picture of our meal for the ‘gram. Obviously.
Phew, introductions are the hardest part. Bookmark our blog and give us a follow as we serve up our latest specials (and applaud home-cooked classics along the way)!