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Made-To-Order Menu

Mood Ordering

This would operate in 2 stages:

1. Data collection - As people could go into order they could opt to tell the system what their basic mood is (i.e. Sad, happy, excited, really hungry) and it would collect that data as well as save the order. This would then be compiled from several regions to find out what people eat most when they are in certain moods.

2. Implementation into ordering system - When we have enough... more »

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Made-To-Order Menu

Shlider Subz

Want a sub, but maybe can't eat it all at once? Looking for a smaller option, but with all the great sub taste? Try a Shlider Sub! Using only one-half the ingredients for a six inch sub, this can be made on a hot dog bun. This expands the options on the menu, gives an absolutely unique experience to the guest and lets the guest "sample" the full flavor of one of our standard offerings. This would not require any new products... more »

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New Services & Technology

Better Visual Communication

One of the reasons I enjoy Sheetz so much is because of the aesthetic. The restaurant is well designed and the graphic design department is top notch. However, there is a lot of what I might call "visual waste" that happens in the store.

One example is the Sheetz App information booklet. As an employee, I often do not recommend it, as it does not work well for our customers (don't worry, I tell them about the benefits).... more »

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