JOIN US FOR OUR SEASONAL SHOWCASE!
Pacific Albacore Tuna and Heirloom Tomatoes

 

Diners and chefs alike have expressed an interest in exploring the bounty of the Pacific Northwest, and we’re excited to answer with a creative line-up of seasonal events showcasing what’s fresh and local throughout the year. This, our second event, will focus on Pacific albacore tuna and heirloom tomatoes! Chefs can create dishes driven by what’s local and inspiring while diners will be intrigued to seek out new restaurants and check in with their old favorites to try new dishes!

If you operate a local restaurant, which prides itself on delivering quality crafted food and a great customer experience, we invite you to participate in our Seasonal Showcase this August!

 

RESTAURANT SIGN UP

Complete by June 28, 2018

Submit your restaurant agreement and payment form

If you are registering more than one restaurant, please complete the form for each location.


Complete by July 12, 2018 

Submit your restaurant menu form

Email restaurant logo to andrea@seattlenetwork.org (high-res, 200 pixels wide, JPEG format).

Email 2 – 5 profile page/social media images to andrea@seattlenetwork.org (580px x 458px suggested).

Mail your 2 – $50 restaurant gift cards with an expiration date set after August 2019 to: SGBN, c/o Andrea Porter, 220 2nd Ave S #202, Seattle, WA 98104.

HOW IT WORKS

Dates: August 5 – 23rd, 2018, Sunday – Thursday (Friday and Saturday excluded)

Meal Pricing: There are no set prices for menu items. Prices are driven by your menu selections. We encourage you to set price points you feel will offer value.

Menu Offerings: You must offer four locally sourced items on your Pacific albacore tuna and heirloom tomatoes menu. A minimum of two must be entrees. Dishes do not need to include both items. You may have a dish that exclusively features tomatoes.

You may also offer the seasonal menu items at lunch, but that’s optional. Brunch is excluded. A customer may choose to order just one item from your selection of four choices, or they may order more.

Participation Requirements: In order to be featured on the Dine Around Seattle website, you must submit your menu items by July 12th. We encourage you to create menu items specifically for the Seasonal Showcase, but you may also highlight items featured on your current menu.

The seasonal highlighted items of Pacific albacore tuna and heirloom tomatoes must be sourced locally. This means that you strive to incorporate locally grown, harvested, raised, caught, or produced items on your seasonal menu. Additionally, restaurants must list their local sources on their menus.

You must create a printed menu highlighting your Seasonal Showcase menu items. The Seasonal Showcase menu should be distributed to all customers during the promotional period regardless if they inquire about the promotion.

WHAT IS THE COST TO PARTICIPATE?

$350 for returning DAS or SRW restaurants, plus (2) $50 gift certificates
$450 for restaurants new to either promotion, plus (2) $50 gift certificates

There are no discounts available for multiple venue registrations.

WHAT YOU GET

Seattle Good Business Network continues to grow our partnership network to expand the media and promotional reach with each new event. Click HERE to download an overview of our seasonal showcase marketing and promotional agenda.

Local foodie customers: We deliver Seattle’s affluent, urban professionals who dine out frequently and support local businesses.

Dedicated promotion for your individual restaurant: Full-page profile on dinearoundseattle.org, listing on rack cards and posters, and multiple social tags for your restaurant.

Ongoing collective advertising: Five weeks of print ads, online, direct email, social media, bus, radio, TV, street teams, and print collateral to deliver a steady up-tic in business. The event will leverage the promotional power of Seattle Restaurant Week, Dine Around Seattle, and The Seattle Times, along with other media partners.

 

WHAT IS THE DINER PROFILE FOR SEASONAL SHOWCASE EVENTS?
• 35% Household income over $100k
• 70% under age 54
• 75% Female
• 40% eat at multiple restaurants during the promotions

HOW ARE SEASONAL EVENTS DIFFERENT FROM SEATTLE RESTAURANT WEEK?

Seasonal events focus on specific local culinary ingredients. For August we will highlight local Pacific albacore tuna and heirloom tomatoes. Our seasonal events will not have fixed price menus, rather restaurants will let menu selections guide their price points.

Seasonal events will feature a smaller group of restaurants, approximately 45 – 50, versus 150+ participation in Seattle Restaurant Week, this will allow more individualized coverage.


QUESTIONS
Andrea Porter
206.629.2346 x 2  | dinearound@seattlenetwork.org