"People come in because of Yummy Alert. A lot of dishes that people come in to get, they saw it on Yummy Alert. The first word that comes to mind when I think of Yummy Alert is effortless. It's super easy. It's our best avenue for marketing.
~ Matt Farrell, co-owner of Anelia's Kitchen And Stage.
Do you want to get your menu, brochure or business cards in the hands of foodie influencers? Well, you are in luck because Yummy Alert is hosting two events where you can reach your target audience for free!
On Febuary 6th, we are going to be hosting an Industry Night at Flyers...Read more
Our Holiday Guide will help foodies find restaurants and eateries open during the holidays and learn about their special menus, events, and more.
When you sign up for the Business Corner Newsletter, you'll be included in our Holiday Guide for free ($25 value)!
Plus, you'll get all...Read more
If you aren't posting on Instagram for your restaurant, you are missing out. Here is just a couple of reasons why you should start snapping photos and Instagramming.
Foodies love following their favorite restaurants
In fact 80% of all Instagram users follow at...Read more
With your support, the 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit was a huge success. During our foodie adventure on Take A Bite day, our team visited 10 restaurants, ate 13 appetizers, enjoyed 2 specialty drinks and 2 yummy entrees. At each stop, the restaurants and eateries were very busy...Read more
Yummy Alert provides you with the unique ability to put your delicious and intoxicating creations in the hands and mouths of Skagit Foodies who truly want what you provide. We have perfected our restaurant marketing techniques over several years to generate actual foot traffic to your business. Your Marketing Club membership provides you with well-balanced and proactive marketing solutions that literally work for you, online and in the real world.
Part of our social purpose is to help provide those who are in need with access to the sustenance they require to survive. So we donate 25% of the profit from this magazine to local charities like the Skagit Food Distribution Center and the Skagit County Food Bank Association.