For Bartenders

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What if a customer tells you that they, “don’t feel comfortable” about leaving their drink unattended at the bar?

We understand completely and the solution is this: tell customers that they can leave a Seat Saver on top of their empty or finished drink to indicate that they will be returning shortly. With The Seat Saver adorned, an empty drink works just as well as a full one.

How do we stock the bar with Seat Savers?

Simply, stack the Seat Savers in one or more piles around the bartop, making them accessible for your bar staff as well as to customers. Also, Seat Savers can be put onto tables in a restaurant or, if there is a ledge where customers commonly leave drinks while they step out to smoke, customers should be encouraged to use Seat Savers to prevent bus boys from throwing out their drinks.

Do Seat Savers only save seats? Is that their only purpose?

No. The Seat Saver is multi-functional, designed to work UNDERNEATH a glass and/ or bottle like a traditional coaster or napkin. However, unlike a traditional coaster or napkin, it has the additional function of being able to fit over any type of glass or bottle to save a customer’s seat and/or drink.

What if a customer does not want to use the Seat Saver on top of their drink because it has gotten wet?

If a customer’s Seat Saver gets wet or if he or she simply does not feel comfortable using a Seat Saver that has been resting for some time on top of the bar, he or she should be encouraged to grab a new and unused Seat Saver from one of the stacks positioned around the bar.

Do we still stock napkins on the bar?

Sure. However, because Seat Saver coasters are re-usable and cause considerably less mess than napkins, you might consider stocking less napkins, reserved mainly for those occasions when customers need something with which to wipe their mouth or to dispose of their chewing gum, etc.