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Travel and food often go together as has been recently posted. Qantas and the similarly nomenclatured Quandoo are also getting into the airline – eating partnerships.
Quandoo’s restaurant booking service has launched a bonus points offer for Qantas frequent flyers.
The money being saved can be quite considerable if one removes the restaurant and travelling expenses.
However for those that would prefer a bit more service in their life then this Quandoo offer could be a tasty incentive.
With restaurants reopening, the cities we live in are heating up the ovens and tossing the salads.
Some will forego the opportunity to reopen as the patronage restrictions means that a venue may not be profitable.
The restrictions may harm the atmosphere of a venue somewhat although some are showing novel solutions the sparse population.
The demand seems to be there – especially from those that are tired of their own cooking. But the desire to socialise will surely also be a strong motivator.
The challenge now is just to get a table with bookings filling up quickly.
The COVID-19 virus is hitting the arts and hospitality industry particularly hard. Fresh thinking is required and PR team have come up with just that with a scheme called Dining Bonds.
The brain child of PR team Helen Patrikis and Steven Hall, it’s a pay now dine later scheme that allows restaurants some much needed cash flow during this very difficult time.
A large group of restaurants are already on board and one would expect others to join in the scheme. Let’s hope it’s a success.