frequently asked questions.
How Are Projects Priced?
Every project is unique although we do have a list of the most prevalent jobs we are requested for. Each client has specific timelines and requirements, in some cases pricing can be discussed in the initial phone conversation. In more detailed projects, pricing will be reviewed following an assessment of the project venture. We pride ourselves on not only delivering a great product to our clients, but also in saving them a substantial amount of money while we work with them.
Is Any Job Too Big or Small?
No job is too big or small. We offer a wide variety of services to cater to every aspect of your business. Whether you run a small business or a large corporation we are here to help make it the best it can be.
What Is Keith Marshall Hospitality’s Specialty?
Because of the depth of our true experience our team handles any and all aspects of the Food & Beverage Business. The reason we can handle all aspects, and handle them well, is because of our partners’ successes and failures. We have not only taken companies from one restaurant to over $800 million in revenue, but we also have our share of failures in the 100+ years of experiences our partners have. With the tough economic conditions, one of the most frequent request we receive is for a restaurant’s financial analysis. We evaluate all aspects of your restaurant operations including every line of a P&L. With that information we will create a written game plan within seven business days of our visit. We can save your business money!
Do You Manage Operations?
We have not only owned and operated our own restaurants all over the country but we offer short term management contracts within all 50 states for 30, 60 and 90 days along with 12 month management contracts. One of the biggest differences between Keith Marshall Hospitality and other firms is that we have been restaurateurs for over 20+ years. We know how hard this business is to run and we get it.
What Is Your Philosophy?
At Keith Marshall Hospitality we believe there is a right way to do things and a wrong way to do things. The right way does not mean you have to spend more money. In the majority of cases, there is a less expensive way to achieve a better result. We believe that through our successes and struggles, we can give you direction that will not only help make you successful, but also save you from the hardships that we have learned through our experiences.