The Business Side of Restaurants wins first place in the Goody Business Book Awards For immediate release
USA - Atlanta, Georgia December 16, 2022 – The Goody Book Awards have just crowned Cliff Bramble’s, Restaurant Business Book, “The Business Side of Restaurants,” the first place Winner in the “Business, Travel & Hospitality” category in their annual book awards.
The book, an Amazon number one best seller, and best new release, and for over a year has remained on the best-seller list in the service category, was written and published in 2022. The book has been purchased by residents in Canada, Australia, Ireland, and the UK. The significance of the award to Bramble is close to his heart, since when he wrote it during covid, and after he closed his award-winning restaurant, he set out to help others, and the award specifically mentioned the book helps others.
Cliff says, “This was a total surprise to me, and I was notified through an Instagram message. The fact that the book has remained on the best-seller list on Amazon is exciting to me, and I really appreciate the other restaurant professionals who have reached out to me telling me they loved the book.” The book has one hundred and eighty pages, is filled with information to help others open a restaurant, and is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Audible, and e-book format.
The Goody Book Awards has a team of nine authors, public relations and business experts, along with hundreds of years in experience as business and public relation advisors. The Goody Book Award advisors selects over one-hundred winners in forty-five different categories. The winners are awarded based on how well the book was written, and how the book helps others.
About Cliff Bramble: Cliff was one of the co-founders of Rathbun's Restaurants in Atlanta, Georgia. They included Rathbun's, Krog Bar, Kevin Rathbun Steak, and KR SteakBar. Over a fifteen-year time period, he helped build some of the highest grossing restaurants in Atlanta, and some of the best restaurants in the United States. The restaurants received local, regional and national recognition by magazines like Esquire, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, Details, Playboy, and the TODAY Show and the Food Network. Cliff also owned Noble Fin restaurant in Gwinnett County, which was recognized as one of the best in the county. He is an author of two other books, The Marketing Side of Restaurants, and Sixty Things to Teach Kids Before They Graduate College, which he wrote for his daughter before entering UGA.
Cliff has been a board member of the Southwest Chamber of Commerce and has been an invited speaker for the Gwinnett Rotary and the Peachtree Corners Chamber of Commerce. He founded Peachtree Corners Restaurant Week and was the co-founder of Inman Park Restaurant Week.