The next time you eat at a restaurant, be sure to keep an eye out for a comment card. Restaurants always want feedback from patrons to know if they are doing a sufficient job, so often they will tuck a survey into your bill or leave a postage-paid postcard on the table for you to fill out. By taking a moment to fill out one of these surveys, you may be pleasantly surprised to find a letter in your mailbox in a few weeks from the corporate office of the restaurant, thanking you for taking the time to fill out a survey. Better still, oftentimes the company will encourage you to return to the restaurant by also sending gift certificates or discount coupons along with the letter. If you do not see a comment card at the restaurant you frequent, you may want to visit the restaurant's website and look for a spot to add your name to their mailing list. Be sure to also sign up if the restaurant's website has a Birthday Club, because this will probably result in a nice coupon being sent to you in your birthday month. Restaurants try to appeal to their loyal customers, and there is no reason why you shouldn't save some money in the process.
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|Sheri Ann Richerson|