Hawaiian restaurant 'delighted' with digital menuboards
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By News Desk
10 September 2012
Traditional menuboards at L&L Hawaiian Barbecue were replaced with Ping HD digital signage
Ping HD has announced its Digital Menu Board system has been deployed in a Hawaiian restaurant in Colorado, USA with content developed by the Ping HD team to be in keeping with the style of the eatery – decorated with brightly coloured scenes of Hawaii.
The digital signage solution installed in L&L Hawaiian Barbecue in Aurora comprises three 42" (1.1m) Commercial Monitors and one media player able to drive different content to each screen via a web-based content management platform.
"We are absolutely delighted with the seamless conversion to digital," says Sai Yamagata, owner of the Aurora L&L franchise. "The new menu content including custom photography of key menu items was developed and approved in advance of installation.
"My customer feedback has been tremendous and to cap it off, the new digital menuboards are already starting to pay for themselves with a marked increase in sales, especially of our featured items."
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