The National Restaurant Association recently announced an official partnership with digital media company Mopro, an organization with extensive expertise in helping restaurants build their businesses online.
The partnership gives National Restaurant Association members exclusive access to the full Mopro package — 11 digital products and services in one bundle — at a $1,200 discount. NRA members can sign up for the full package for $199, rather than the regular $1,399 setup fee, with a $199 monthly subscription subsequently. This offer is good for the first 3,000 new members to sign up.
Mopro, which has offices in New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., works with restaurateurs in all segments — from quick-service to fine dining — to transform their digital presence with HTML5 websites, custom high-definition documentary videos and photography, mobile-compatible websites, social media synchronization, a built-in online ordering system, and one dashboard tool to manage it all.
“Now more than ever, restaurant owners need to control the conversation that’s already happening about their establishments online,” says Cary Levine, Mopro’s founder and CEO. “We empower restaurateurs by letting them tell their own stories, beautifully and affordably, with a comprehensive digital package that has everything they need to thrive online today. In addition to the flashier products like cutting-edge websites and custom HD video and photography, our package also includes a more affordable way of offering online ordering so that our clients don’t have to surrender a large percentage of their online revenue to a third-party order and delivery service.”
To learn more, visit www.mopro.com.