HollyRock - Scott Whiffen, Peter Romano, Mike Lynn, Robert...

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Scott Whiffen, Peter Romano, Mike Lynn, Robert Herbert, Patrick Vorce, Shao Cheng 10/1/07 HollyRock Revamped In her hometown of Hollistown, Hannah Simmons created a business geared toward entertaining teenagers. She felt this business would prosper in this area because of the lack of competition and the high demand for a teenage hangout. However, in assessing HollyRock’s operations a few problems have been encountered. Some of the major problems include: a lack of capacity, an insufficient workforce, and the design of the interior should Hannah decide to pursue serving coffee and quiche during earlier hours. After identifying these problems with HollyRock, we have developed some alternatives and recommendations to maximize the restaurants profitability and long term stability. The biggest problem Hannah has encountered since the opening of her restaurant is a lack of capacity to accommodate for the high demand. On many weekends, customers outweigh her accommodations. Considering these capacity problems, Hannah’s best option is to physically expand the restaurant. This augmentation would include the purchasing of the
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neighboring vacant lot. With the acquisition of this lot, Hannah could
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course PROD 345 taught by Professor Sprangel during the Fall '08 term at Ithaca College.

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