Xpress Yourself. Boost Your Business.

Marketing your business has always been important, but when 54% of restaurant-goers like spending time on social media to learn about new places to eat, you know you need the right tools to reach them quickly and effectively.

Learn how Ken uses Tork Xpressnap® to drive business

Getting creative with personalized marketing messages and professional designs supports your business objectives to increase traffic, check size and repeat business. Restaurant owner Ken shares his story on how he uses Tork Xpressnap®, the only napkin dispenser system that reduces napkin consumption and offers you a digital DIY marketing tool that lets him post on social media, to boost his business.

  • Get social

    52% of fast casual restaurant-goers get information about new restaurants primarily via social media. Use our digital tool to create a unique message and post it directly on your social media channels to increase traffic in your restaurant.

  • Be personal

    86% of restaurant-goers are more likely to return to your restaurant if they feel they had a personalized experience. So use our digital tool to share your restaurant’s heritage, community involvement or special offers. Restaurant-goers cite these as loyalty building.

  • Showcase

    29% of restaurant-goers will likely spend more than planned when presented with a tempting table-top-display message, such as images of a new appetizer, drink or dessert. Entice them with your custom marketing message – created here in minutes.

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Survey Disclaimer

*The survey was conducted July 10-18, 2017 among a sample of 1027 Americans aged 18-60 who had eaten at a restaurant at least once during the last month. Independent firm United Minds performed the survey using web panels provided by Cint.