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Jolt Labeling "A Game Changer" for Culver's (VIDEO)

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We recently visited the Orem location of Culver's, one of our absolute favorite restaurant brands. Not only do they have ButterBurgers, but their Fresh Frozen Custard rivals every ice cream out there, restaurant or otherwise.

Culver's has a folksy, welcoming atmosphere. It's a direct result of their Wisconsin roots, which also comes with a diligent work ethic. We saw both these attributes in spades at Spencer's location in Orem, Utah.

Spencer was like many Culver's owners. He'd recently invested four-figures into a printing system that ultimately failed for him, and wanted a quick, intuitive solution for him and his employees.

Since Jolt became a preferred vendor for Culver's in Fall 2018, we've seen all sorts of owners making the switch. With all your checklists and labels provided through corporate, and a printer that costs 1/3 of the competition, franchisees are looking to get on board sooner rather than later.

This was certainly the case with Spencer, who even recommended his brother—also a Culver's franchisee—adopt the system on opening his new location. People don't lightly offer business advice to family members so we're flattered to be a kin-recommended company.

We hope Spencer, his brother, and the other 300+ Culver's that use Jolt to improve operations spread the word.

If you're looking to improve food safety and labeling, look no further than Jolt.

 

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Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert

A Tennessee native, Adam Lambert is a creative writer based in Salt Lake City.

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