Written by Jane Eveland & Heaven Wood
Are you wearing green today? Most of us see St. Patrick’s Day as an excuse to pinch our neighbor and celebrate late into the night with great friends, great food, and even better booze. For local restaurants, St. Patrick’s Day is a golden opportunity to attract new customers, … continue reading
The year is 1911 and the first annual International Women’s Day is being celebrated. What started as a gathering to observe and promote equal rights, including women’s suffrage, quickly morphed into what we know it as today: “a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.” While there is still … continue reading
Written by: Amanda Vick
You know that feeling when you are shuffling through Instagram photos, surfing through your feed and you find yourself….hungry? Since the launch of Instagram in 2010, 105.8 million photos have been posted with hashtags ranging from #pizza, #ramen and #tacos to just plain #avocado….so this might have something to do with … continue reading
Love is in the air, and restaurant owners can smell it. Although it is not a national holiday, Valentine’s Day is ranked the second busiest day of the year for restaurants, second only to Mother’s Day. The importance of this holiday is not lost on us at Social High Rise, and we’re bringing you three … continue reading
So you’re planning an eventful day at your restaurant for Super Bowl Sunday. Maybe you’re offering specialty cocktails and food specials for the occasion. You might have even splurged this year and purchased the NFL Ticket to get people coming in for games. When it comes down to advertising for Game Day, avoid using the … continue reading
As I write, I’m sitting in a crowded cafe during the afternoon lunch rush with a surge of creativity coursing through my freshly caffeinated veins.
At Social High Rise, we boast a sweet perk that we’ve labeled ‘Flex Space’, where any of our seasoned Account Managers can relocate downtown to do their work. We basically … continue reading
I don’t think I’ve ever spoken to a restaurant owner who actually liked online reviews. Not surprising, given how anyone with a computer and internet access can go onto Yelp and drag a restaurant’s entire star rating down all because they had one mediocre experience one time and pretended like everything was just fine in … continue reading
At the start of November, our neighboring town of Paradise was completely leveled by the Camp Fire. The fire was seen in Chico in the early hours of November 8th as a mesmerizing sky, full of purples and oranges and hues of black. As I walked to the office that morning, I snapped pictures of … continue reading
Up in the high rise, our team enjoys delighting our clients in an open, creative and positive environment. We work hard to create meaningful connections with their customers, and while we care about the number of likes, followers, and engagements our restaurant clients receive, we’re generally more focused on human connection and providing authentic customer … continue reading
Still haven’t figured out what costume you’ll wear to the office on Halloween? We’ve found a great article from Brit + Co that might help you decide!
It can be hard to find a great costume if your office celebrates All Hallows Eve. The costume you wore out to the bars over the weekend might … continue reading