Burger-Run

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BURGER-RUN

INTRODUCTION
“Burger-run” will offer delicious snacks to the Filipino people especially in Negros Oriental to meet the increased demand of the food product by the city. Over the last few years, Dumaguete City has continued growing its population. Thus, “Burger-run” is the answer to an increasing demand for snack-type food, to be consumed while student or officemate having their break time or simply having conversation with their friend while enjoying eating their snacks. “Burger-run” will provide a combination of excellent food at affordable price and meet costumers’ satisfaction. “Burger-run” offers delicious burgers as its main product. At the same time it offers fries and variety of beverages. It accepts solo orders but it also offers value meal to the costumers’ for them to have some “tipid”.
Our main priority is to provide snacks to the schools and universities in the province, preferably to those persons or individual who are always in a hurry.
This plan is prepared to obtain investors for the initial launch of this concept. The investors, in addition to the capital contributions from partners, will allow “Burger-run” to successfully open and expand through year two. The initial capital investment will allow it to provide its customers with a value-driven, entertaining experience through the creativity of its founders.
“Burger-run” will entice youngsters to check bring their friends and colleagues to try our burgers and fresh-cut fries in our innovative environment which always ready for our valued customers’.

OBJECTIVES: * To provide delicious and affordable snacks according to the taste of individuals. * To give fast and good service to the customers. * Keeping customers happy. Business Description “Burger-run” was inspired by the leading fast food industries all over the city of Dumaguete. It offers different…...

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