Custom Metal Table Tents for Bars and Restaurants
Up your table-top marketing game with custom laser-cut metal table tents. If you’re still rockin’ the acrylic table tents you got from your liquor distributor then you really need to take a closer look at improving your customer experience. Send a strong message with a custom-made metal tent with your logo burned into the sides.
Use multiple pages to increase the value and give the customer as much info as possible. Last time I checked these go for around $15/ ea. so the investment is pretty minimal. This one pictured is the ones I had made for Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill about 6 years ago, they held up perfectly until the place closed down in 2015.
TIP: Check out this link for more. Let them know you saw it here and they will get you the best deal possible!
TIP: Don’t overdo it! 5-7 pages max should be used in these, think of the place with the 15-page Chinese menu which is so overwhelming you can’t possibly make a decision! Keep it simple.
Use Poly Stock
If possible ask your printer to print these pages on what’s called “poly stock”. Poly is plastic paper that doesn’t stain, is damn near impossible to tear, and is completely waterproof (we tested them by putting them through the dishwasher. It came out unaffected aside from being spotlessly clean.) Poly will cost slightly more but table tents should cost you about a buck per page. Menus should cost about $2.25 each to have printed on this material.
The pages pictured here are on card stock and include plastic sleeves. I don’t recommend going this route because they are tough to clean and get sticky quickly. They look a bit worse than poly stock as well. The sleeves add more cost to the initial purchase as well. For more info on advertising to your captive audience, check out in-house promotions for bars and restaurants here.