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Restaurant Daily News Day 3 IRFSNY 2012

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R e s t a u r a n t D a i l y N e w s Tu e s d a y, M a r c h 6 , 2 0 1 2 4 Headquartered in Chicago, Ill., Rewards Network SM powers the leading dining rewards programs in North America. The company provides more than 3.4 million members with incentives to dine at par- ticipating restaurants. These incentives include airline miles, college savings rewards, reward program points and even up to 15% back on their dining bill. Rewards Network offers its dining programs in partnership with major air- line frequent flyer programs, several of the nation's largest bankcard issuers, numerous key players in the loyalty marketing industry and dozens of national corporations. Members of Rewards Network earn rewards by joining one of the dining programs, registering a debit or credit card and then dining at a location on the pro- gram. Rewards Network members include frequent flyers, corporate card- holders and diners who spend hundreds of millions of dollars annually at REWARDS NETWORK: REACHING THE FREQUENT DINER participating restaurants, bars and clubs. Additionally, Rewards Network provides a variety of business services to restaurant operators. For more than 25 years, thousands of restaurants, bars and clubs have benefited from the com- pany's marketing services, which include e-mail, mobile applications, social media, dining websites, diner feedback and business intelligence. Restaurants may also receive access to capital to fund renovations, purchase equipment, expand to a new location or pay for business expenses. For additional information about Rewards Network, visit www.rewards network.com or call 1-877-491-3463. Good recycling management will boost financial performance by reducing waste disposal costs, enhancing the physical appearance of facilities by reducing litter and improving the envi- ronment. The return on investment in recycling is very real, but achieving this ROI requires programs that are planned, implemented and managed within the reality of a facility's specific waste stream. Modular, interchangeable and con- figurable solutions easily adapt to changes in streaming efficiently and economically, extending the life cycle and contributing to the ROI of the recy- cling program. CleanRiver Recycling Solutions, a Division of Midpoint International, has introduced a public-space waste and recycling bin that is easily configured―and reconfig- ured―to meet current and future waste stream requirements. CleanSort Transition Series Recycling and Waste Sortation Containers use stream-specific openings and internal dividers to accept multiple types of recyclables in a single unit. Transition recycling containers rep- resent a breakthrough in container design. The unit may first go into serv- ice as a single-stream trash receptacle. As recycling programs are implement- ed, the trash opening can be replaced with one, two, three or even four modu- lar and interchangeable restrictive open- ing plates that are color coded and sup- ported by full color graphics featuring location-specific image cues to indicate what is being collected in each stream. "This added flexibility lets you cus- tomize your recycling station based on current needs and reconfigure it in the future as your needs change," said Continued on Page 5 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANT & FOODSERVICE SHOW OF NEW YORK Lee M. Oser CEO and Editor-in-Chief Lyle Sapp Senior Associate Publisher Director of Sales Steve Cox Kate Seymour Senior Associate Publishers Kim Forrester Associate Publisher Lorrie Baumann Editorial Director Naima Simi Dirk Deppey Associate Editors Valerie Wilson Art Director Ruth Haltiwanger Selene Pinuelas Traffic Managers Rhonda Baker Angela Bosso Paul Harris Devon Holden Conrad Mendoza Deborah Yarbrough Account Managers Enrico Cecchi European Sales Restaurant Daily News is published by Oser Communications Group ©2012. All rights reserved. Executive and editorial offices at: 1877 N. Kolb Road, Tucson, AZ 85715 520-721-1300/Fax: 520-721-6300/www.oser.com European offices located at Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini, 11, 50125 Florence, Italy. NEW RECYCLING BIN FROM CLEANRIVER MEETS CHANGING WASTE REQUIREMENTS

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