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We only get paid if we generate incremental value over and above your current deal.

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tying shoes advice ask marilyn ftrI suspect that you are skeptical (like all of our clients were at first) that we can truly save or make your company hundreds of thousands of dollars—especially just by negotiating a new beverage deal for you.

I would be, too, if I were in your shoes.

But there are times in all of our professional lives when circumstances dictate that we open our minds to new possibilities. In this case, it’s the possibility that there really are a few expert practitioners in the world that you haven’t yet heard of who actually can save or make your company very significant sums.

There are times when you really need to make a significant impact on your business. You need to hit an aggressive savings target set by the CEO. You need that margin increase. Or you need that truly new source of “found money” that no one else in the organization or no other consultant has yet discovered.

If this year is such a time for you, we are such practitioners. And we are happy to educate you about what a new beverage deal can achieve for your company.

You have probably already exhausted most of the obvious sources of big potential savings and new, non-traditional revenue sources for your company. If so, then read on.

What does it mean to “save or make” a restaurant company, a hospital company or an airport hundreds of thousands with a beverage deal?

Simply put, if you are a foodservice company or a hospital company, we’ll save you hundreds of thousands of dollars every year by getting you lower invoice prices, better rebates and new marketing funds from Coca-Cola or Pepsi.

If you are a foodservice company, you already have a beverage deal in place. You probably either think it’s a pretty good deal, or you think it’s not great but you are stuck with it for several more years. With respect, you are probably wrong, on both accounts. We have not seen a foodservice deal yet that we could not improve, and we can most likely get you out of a bad deal that you think you’re tied to for a long time. That is our track record.

If you are a hospital company, you are probably channeling all of your beverage purchases through your GPO’s beverage contracts, or you are letting your cafeteria vendor handle all food and beverage purchasing for you. You might even have your own, direct deal with Coca-Cola or Pepsi already in place. In all these cases—and especially if none of this is true—we’ll most definitely save you hundreds of thousands of dollars. That is our track record, too.

If you are an airport, you probably let your concessionaires handle all food & beverage matters, and you simply take a percentage of their revenue. You may or may not be aware of the fact that DFW and Detroit have beverage deals with Coca-Cola and Pepsi, respectively. But, even if you are aware of this fact, you probably don’t think much about the benefits of having your own direct deal with a beverage company.

That’s a mistake.

Coca-Cola and Pepsi want to have a direct, exclusive marketing and distribution agreement with every airport in the world, and they are ready to pay you very significant sums to have it. They currently have exclusive or near-exclusive agreements in place with all airport concessionaires, to be sure. But they’d rather have such agreements in place with you.

All other large, premier, public or private facilities that have large customer traffic numbers and that have concessionaires running food & beverage operations also have their own, direct agreement with Coca-Cola or Pepsi.

This is true of every university, every stadium, every arena, and every theme park. And, in every case, the concessionaires that operate at these facilities honor and respect their host property’s agreement with Coca-Cola or Pepsi. They are also happy to continue paying a percentage of their revenue to their host property. Without exception.

Why should it be any different in the airport sector? It shouldn’t.

Just because your concessionaire wants to protect its own relationship with Coca-Cola or Pepsi at your expense (and without your knowledge), doesn’t mean that you should allow this to happen. No other premier property in the world allows this to happen, why should you?

Why not resolve right now to take a simple, small first step?

Whether you want to talk further with us not, I submit that you should at least resolve to investigate the likelihood of saving or making hundreds of thousands of dollars with a new beverage agreement in 2018.

We’ll be sharing lots of information on this topic throughout the year, on our website, in webinars and at various speaking engagements.

There are probably several good reasons why we should not work together. That’s just likely. And that’s OK. We’re not for everyone.

But, if you do want to talk about any of this, we’re here.

Happy New Year and good luck in your quest for significant new savings and new, non-traditional revenue streams in 2018!


We Don't Want Your Money

We want to dramatically increase how much money you make - or save - with respect to beverages. And
then we want to take a small percentage of that new money that we earned for you. That’s our
pay-for-performance model. It ensures that our incentives are aligned. It's why our clients
think of us as a true strategic business partner and not just a vendor.



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