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Kansas City Operation Partners With Restaurant Group

Posted on February 25, 2014

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- As the Official Partner of the Kansas City Royals, LEADER Worldwide Chauffeur Services and the Kansas City Originals Restaurant Group have teamed up to offer Royals Season Ticket holders a $25 dining gift card when they open a new account and use LEADER anywhere in the world.

Existing clients can receive an Originals Gift Card for a referring a new client.

Kansas City Originals Restaurant Group is composed of more than 40 locally owned fine dining restaurants. It promotes dining in local independent area restaurants, provides diners with a unique local flavor, and draws attention to independent restaurants, both locally and nationally.

Local restaurants like local bookstores, hardware stores, and coffee shops support their communities. The dollars spent in local restaurants stay in Kansas City and local restaurants support vital local charities. Passionate individuals develop local restaurants. These individuals are driven by a desire to offer something unique and exciting both to local patrons and the guests who visit Kansas City.

Owned and operated by Bruce Heinrich, LEADER is based in Signature FBO at Kansas City's MKC Downtown airport. It runs XX fleet vehicles. Founded in 2000, LEADER is a 2009 LCT Operator of the Year Award winner.

Source: LEADER

Related Topics: Bruce Heinrich, building your clientele, client gifts, customer service, Kansas operators, marketing/promotions, Missouri operators

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