SHAKE SHACKS RANDY GARUTTI SET TO TAKE BREAKFAST GUESTS BEHIND THE SCENES OF LEGENDARY GLOBAL SUCCESS AT MANHATTAN EVENT

Greenwich, CT, Metro New York's food service publication, TFS-TOTAL FOOD SERVICE has teamed with Touch Bistro and PayPal to launch a unique event on the Tri-State food service calendar.

The first annual RESTAURANT SUCCESS EVENT, NYC will take center stage on
Thursday June 26th at 7:30 am. The breakfast is scheduled to take place at the NYIT
Auditorium on Broadway and 61st Street in Manhattan.

"Our goal is to bring our readership up close and personal with some of the Metro New York areas most influential food service success stories, " noted TFS co-publisher Fred Klashman. "With that criteria in mind, Shake Shack and Randy Garutti are at the very top of that list, " the veteran publishing executive continued.

Garutti,the CEO of Shake Shack, will discuss his utilizing of POS services to help make Shake Shack a leading Global Brand.
The Cornell University grad will outline how, the burger-and-shake chain has grown from its New York City roots to an international brand with with 34 locations around the world.

A key focus in Garutti's presentation will be the role that technology has played in
the enhancement of the customer experience at Shake Shack. So in keeping with that theme, TFS-Total Food Service has partnered with technology leaders Touch Bistro and PayPal on the inaugural event.

TouchBistro’s entry into the Metro New York marketplace has been embraced as a result of its industry leading easy to use iPad based POS solution.
From taking orders to processing payments, the tasks are seamlessly integrated into one application on a restauranteurs iPad. "Our goal is for your restaurants' staff to get things done faster and more efficiently, noted Toan Dinh of TouchBistro. " With a complete POS solution that’s packed with easy to use features and putting smart technology in the hands of staff, restaurant owners are naturally adding great value to the experience of their customers."

With its 100 million plus users, PayPal, the online payment giant, is now rolling out payment options for restaurateurs and hospitality operators by striking deals with POS-terminal makers and software providers to get its in-store system up and running in retail locations with a focus on food service.

Admission to the event is free but seating in limited. Tickets can be obtained by clicking on the web: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/restaurant-success-event-nyc-tickets-1182805...

Contact: 

Leslie Klashman
TFS-TOTAL FOOD SERVICE
203-661-9090
leslie@totalfood.com
www.totalfood.com