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Increasingly, growing number of restaurants, bars and disco have the needs to satisfy their customers and incidentally meet the needs of comfort and glamour of their clients, who find it uncomfortable, having to stand up their tables, where they are with their partners or chatting with friends, to go and play music on the jukebox. Music to the table fulfills a unique need in the music service industry because it will give customers what they need.

“The System “Music To The Table” allows you to give a touch of elegance to your business because the customer doesn’t have to be taking out-a-pocket money and constantly getting up from their table. Instead, the cost of music played will appear on their receipt.” The music to the table system makes obsolete the old jukebox that left little benefits to business owners.

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Your idea sounds interesting, however start looking at what options are already created to make your offer more desirable while standing out.

Such as: the table jukebox which is fit to accommodate table or use credit card or bill to facilitate speedy services. Many places use these devices updated units already, offering games to play while waiting for food from digital screen besides music, in fact has a menu to order even takes credit card payments directly.. Plus they help prevent consumers from waiting for there song to play. At the same time, when they use the device with out-of-pocket money to pay for their song business owners can benefit from the funds through commission.

So how can you make it more personal for the table, cost-efficient for the business owner, and cost-effective for the client?. What makes this different and better than the new table jukeboxes and tablets providing similar services.Yes, it allows an owner to manage one machine, but what about the people who don't want to hear the same thing as others? how does the owner make the money back, estimated amount of songs to earn a return required? focus on the appeal of the product for the music industry element. Such as: a jukebox with exclusive rights or playlist customization (pre-pay and play list), or headphones (the wireless jukebox) with many options available today what else besides the consumer not getting up and having to add to bill. The issue business owners may have, is keeping entertainment and meals separate, even for taxing purposes, the training of waiters to learn the new bill, or the ignorance of a client who may be disgruntled about the jukebox bill.

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