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Chuck E. Cheese's is adding Oculus Rift technology to its Ticket Blaster game for birthday party packages. The virtual Ticket Blaster is currently in test in Dallas and will gradually expand beginning later this month.
Kids wear a headset that features 360-degree head-tracking technology and a 3D view so users feel as though they are inside the Ticket Blaster with Chuck E., the brand's mascot. During the experience, the headset will register the number of tickets collected, which will be fully redeemable at the merchandise counter.
The Fast Casual Executive Summit 2016 brought together hundreds of c-level executives to learn from one another in Dana Point, California.
Carl Howard discusses how he turned a failing QSR brand into a thriving fast casual franchise and why he believes his work isn't quite yet done.
Sponsored by: Fazoli's
The Interactive Customer Experience (ICX) Summit featured almost three days of education, networking and tours.
Food safety training and FSMA preparation are critical components of successful food companies, and in this webinar FoodLogiQ and Gary Coleman will teach you the most important facts about food safety training.
Food safety and FSMA preparation are critical components of retail food companies, and in this webinar FoodLogiQ and Gina Kramer of Savour Food Safety International will teach you the most important facts about food safety in retail.
Certifications are an important aspect of your food supply chain management, and in this webinar FoodLogiQ and Matt Regusci of WQS Food Verification and TrainToComply will teach you the most important facts about your certifications and what they mean for FSMA.
More than 140 restaurant execs, plus a variety of sponsors, attended the first Franchising Restaurant and Innovation Summit.
What do you get when you combine a traditional restaurant POS with emerging tablet POS technology? An elegant and powerful POS to take your restaurant to new levels.
Employees get a food and drink credit, medical and dental insurance and tips, which all resulted to a 3.2-percent increase to the brand's bottom line.