Happy Thanksgiving, from all of us at Black Box Intelligence™
This hasn’t been an easy year, but we are thankful to have experienced it with you. We have watched restaurants adapt and innovate at an accelerated pace to keep up with the changing landscape. Your resilience has been in full display over the past few years, and we have been truly inspired by what you can accomplish.
We are grateful to restaurant leaders that have navigated through extraordinary challenges while sticking to their core values. Your purpose and grit are what keeps the industry moving forward. We appreciate being able to join you on this journey of keeping the restaurant industry a great place to be.
Internally, we are grateful for the expansion of our team and the addition of our new CEO. We are excited to be working on product improvements and enhancements to our methodology that will ultimately help us serve you better.
Most of all we are thankful for you, our clients. You continue to serve your guests and employees every day, and we are grateful for the opportunity to support you in those efforts. Thank you for sharing your data and insights to advance the industry. Thank you for all that you do for your communities and for our industry.
From the bottom of our hearts, have a Happy Thanksgiving and holiday season.
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