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NRN editors discuss single-seater cars and lessons learned


Today on Extra Serving, a podcast from Nation’s Restaurant News, NRN editors Holly Petre, Sam Oches, Leigh Anne Zinsmeister and Lisa Jennings spoke about the lessons restaurants have learned during the pandemic.

Zinsmeister and Oches spent the show talking directly to operators (some videos are available here and here), so they shared some of the lessons they’ve heard that operators have learned over the past two years – and that they will carry with them into the new future.

The team also discussed the industry’s resilience throughout this time, whether through creative solutions to the labor crisis, like today’s podcast guest, or technological innovations. or a host of other things.

Jennings spoke about the emergence of single-seater cars – which were on display at the Lakeside show – and the innovation of the car for delivery. Cars can park in motorcycle slots and go up to 80 miles per hour, but the driver does not need a motorcycle license to use it.

Next, listen to a conversation between Zinsmeister and FB Society CEO Jack Gibbons, who talks about leaning into his company’s “unicorns” — the things that set experiential brands apart — at a time when most companies were running in the other direction.