San Diego-based Videotel Digital, a maker of digital signage media players and interactive digital media solutions, announces that its media players were chosen by quick-serve restaurant franchisee Darrell Hawkins to use at his two Dairy Queen Grill & Chill locations in Wyoming.
Hawkins owns the restaurants in Jackson and Riverton, Wyoming, and he had the idea that diners might enjoy watching a western movie or some footage of the natural beauty of the Cowboy State while they eat. So, he arranged for them to do just that.
“We conducted a wide-ranging search to find a high-grade streaming device and we were very fortunate when we found the Videotel VP70XD to stream our content,” says Hawkins. “We’ve been very pleased with the quality of the device in both of our restaurants. And, the stellar service during and after the sale makes us confident in our wholehearted recommendation that Videotel can find a solution for you too.”
The VP70XD offers seamless auto-looping, reading directly from a USB or SD card. It will auto-loop a mixture of file types including auto files, as well as slide show transitions and special effects.
“We love how Dairy Queen uses the VP70XD,” says Lisa Schneider, vice president of marketing and sales for Videotel Digital. “It’s the perfect fit because his restaurants are less about fast-food and more about having a place to just sit and enjoy your meal. Now, our digital media players help to give their customers a more relaxing experience. It’s just a terrific idea all in all.”