Prices are currently rising in almost all areas of life. Tuning professional JP Kramer now has to react to this in his burger shop.
Dortmund – JP Kramer (41) has been running the “Big Boost Burger” burger shop in Dortmund for five years. According to his own statements in his YouTube videos, business has been going really well since then. This is also reflected in an average rating of 4.8 stars on Google. But now JP Kramer will also have to react to the current price increase.
|surname||Jean Pierre Creme|
|born||September 12, 1980, Plettenberg|
|Customers||2.2 million (JP display)|
JP Kramer has to raise prices for burgers
At least that’s a theme in her new video format “Totally Uncut”. In it, JP talks to his business partner Julian Francis, who is also associated with Big Boost Burger. Inflation is also making itself felt in the burger shop. “It’s crazy,” says Francis. He can’t read all the emails. However, he leaves open who the e-mails actually come from.
“Actually, we should make burgers one euro more expensive,” says Francis. Meanwhile, JP tries to explain the reasoning to his fans in the video. Previously, he had increased the salary of his company’s employees. Basically, he also noticed that life was getting more and more expensive. At the same time, many companies will not increase the salaries of their employees.
JP Kramer is ashamed of the possible price increase of his burgers
“Only one thing happens: companies get more money, but people have less money,” sums up the car professional. He also admitted he was ashamed of raising prices at his burger shop. In the long term, however, prices cannot be left alone. According to JP Kramer, the economic risk is too high. Still, he’s probably also surprised by his desire to open a new restaurant.
If Kramer and Francis have their way, the burger will probably cost one euro more in the future. The menu price should initially remain the same. Both ask their fans to comment under the video what they think of it (more celebrity news on RUHR24).
JP Kramer fans have a clear opinion on the price increase
The comments already show a clear opinion among JP’s fans. Apparently they absolutely agree with the price increase. Many accept two euros more if the quality remains high. For example, if you appeal to a JP user: “You have a social responsibility to employees.”
Francis then reports on a visit to a restaurant in Bochum, where he had to pay ten euros for a cheeseburger. JP doesn’t really want to jump on this train of price increases, but adds: “If this continues, I have no other choice. Then we could have closed, although things are going pretty well.” Huh.”
JP Kramer also promises the fans of his shop that the product will not change in all areas despite various price increases: “It’s the beginning of the end when you start tweaking the product.” Burger fans are therefore not afraid of changes have at JP. Kramer has to do it. But they will probably have to live with the price increase.
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