Tell us your story of restaurant success

Quick Serve Leader (QSL) and Eatery Pulse writers work hard to cover relevant topics for Northeast quick serve restaurant (QSR) management; but we will consider freelancer pitches, or outreaches from the restaurateurs and industry professionals we seek to inform.¹

Think your restaurant industry background can enhance our coverage? Share the good and the bad about the advances of this large and influential restaurant segment by reaching out to us.²

You may contribute in these following ways:

Sources:  We draw from dozens of sources to publish fresh content about the industry.  Join our source list to share your views and bring awareness to critical issues facing the restaurant industry. Please email your desire to contribute to stories [at]

Videos (QSL only):  Ready to be on camera? Rotating members of the team attend the major restaurant and hospitality shows and are ready to highlight industry leaders.   Have a new viral marketing campaign or appealing marketing video for your QSR? Share it with us and it may be featured.

Expert Corner:  QSR consultants, advisors and stake holders can share expertise and knowledge within our community on specific topics during monthly features. We ask that you have a minimum of eight years of industry experience. Use our contact form to let us know.

Press Releases:  Press releases specifically relevant to the topics we are focusing on can be emailed to prfeed [at] You may add prfeed [at] to your distribution list. 

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(Updated 12-19-11)

¹We typically have a focused set of topics in our media calendar that runs 30 to 60 days deep. We try our best to incorporate stories that are pitched to us, as time and resources permit. Our policy prevents us from accepting money for content in any of our editorial sections. In fact, we are not able to receive gifts of greater than $50 at any time during the course of business and/or interacting with sources.

²We are under no obligation to post any story that is pitched to us, and typically do NOT post press releases verbatim. However, we may use press releases as the genesis of our reporting and formulating new story ideas. We do, as a matter of normal course, prioritize content and ideas received from our insider members.